Posted by tinmy2014
Compared to most automotive technology currently available, leaf springs don't look too fancy. They're simply long and narrow plates attached to the frame of a trailer that rest above or below the trailer's axle. Slightly curved, they look a little like a metal bow from an archery set, except without the string.Trailer Leaf springs come in several different varieties. There are monoleaf springs, or single-leaf springs, that consist of simply one plate of spring steel. These are usually thick in the middle and taper out toward the end, and they don't typically offer too much strength and susp
Posted: 1:53 am, September 5th, 2014 in Los Angeles Connections
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