1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma Rear Leaf Springs
1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma Rear Leaf Springs
1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma Rear Leaf Springs
1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma Rear Leaf Springs
1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma Rear Leaf Springs

1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma Rear Leaf Springs

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Standard Duty Leaf Springs:

Fitment: The 1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma rear leaf springs are a direct fit for the 1998-2004 Tacomas. They will also fit the 1995-1997 Tacoma with modifications to the spring hangers (see note below). These springs have a special torque leaf to reduce axle wrap. Springs come with new poly bushings and sleeves.

Please Note:
➜ Mounting the springs on 1995-1997 Toyota Tacomas will require relocating new front spring hangers 2″ forward and the rear shackle hangers 1" rearward from their stock configurations.
➜ All-Pro’s Standard Duty leaf springs (4500T-AP) are NOT designed for heavyweight carrying capability. They are designed for ride quality and flex. For those carrying heavier loads such as rigs fully loaded for long-term expeditions, we recommend All-Pro “Expedition” Heavy-duty rear springs.

 

Expedition Leaf Springs:

All-Pro’s new Expedition leafs are specifically designed to combine off-road performance with heavy-duty weight carrying capacity. The popular expedition-style trend in off-road vehicles is resulting in trucks that are carrying heavier loads than normally seen off-road. Specialized long-distance excursion gear such as roof-top tents, recovery and repair gear, camping equipment, and extra water and fluids can add significantly to the cargo weight of expedition vehicles, exceeding the intended operating parameters of typical performance leaf springs.

All-Pro’s Expedition Leaf Springs (4500T-AP-EX) features a 20% higher spring rate than the standard leaf springs. They are otherwise identical in dimension and quality, providing the same eye-to-eye measurements and wheel travel.

Approximate Lift: The Standard Springs will provide approximately 3" of lift. and The Expedition Springs will provide approximately 3" of lift with 400-500 lbs of cargo. Unloaded, they will provide approximately 4" of lift.

Please Note: After installation, the stock rear bumps will no longer be sufficient to prevent the spring from inverting. You must purchase and install a set of bump stops that are of sufficient height to prevent the spring from going negative arch. For best results, we recommend Wheeler’s SuperBumps (sold separately).

FEATURES

A higher number of thinner leaves provides a smoother, progressive spring rate compared to fewer, thicker leaves 
A double “military” wrap provides extra strength for the main leaf
“Torque Leaf”, an extra half-leaf at the top of the spring pack, increases anti-wrap properties without hindering travel or ride quality
Diamond-cut leaf ends to eliminate stress points which may weaken leafs and lead to premature failure
Teflon anti-friction pads between leafs provide smoother flex, lessen spring wear and reduce noise
Leafs are shot-peened after forming to relieve stress
Every completed spring pack is pre-cycled to its travel extremity for quality control and to reduce the likelihood of initial sag

SPECS

Standard Duty Leaf Spring Specifications:
Number of Leaves: 7 + 1 Overload/Rebound
Eyelet-to-Eyelet Length (Free): 51-5/8″ (1311 mm)
Spring Rate: 154 lbs/in

Expedition Leaf Spring Specifications:
Number of Leaves: 6 + 1 Overload/Rebound
Eyelet-to-Eyelet Length (Free): 51-1/4″ (1302 mm)
Spring Rate: 207 lbs/in

SPECIAL NOTES

Proposition 65 California

DISCLAIMER

➜ Failure to use bump stops of sufficient height may void the spring warranty.
➜ Use of lifting blocks or shackle flip kits will void all warranty on All-Pro Leaf Springs!
➜ Leaf springs are shipped without packaging. It is normal for springs to be scratched by freight carriers during the shipping and handling process and by customers during installation. 
➜ We recommend that leaf springs be touched up with spray paint after they are installed to cover any bare metal exposed during shipping and installation. It's best to wait until after they are installed before you touch them up as they may also be scratched during the installation process.

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