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Unread 07-29-2016, 09:36 AM   #1
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Default 2007 colorado rear Lear springs

Having problems finding stock springs for my company truck. They all look to be lower or lift. Could also use a heavy duty spring instead as I'm already planning an add a leaf kit. Truck has a huge custom fiberglass box so it is heavy. Think we really damaged the springs after towing with it though.

Also looking for factory bump stop as one is now missing. Also ubolts and any other msc parts for a spring and shock job

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Chevrolet Colorado / GMC Canyon Leaf Springs - General Spring

Ubolts and bump stop can be found on GMPartsDirect for super cheap.
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Knew someone here would have what I need

Any opinions on using heavy duty springs vs add a leaf. Looks like the HD springs take the load from 1200lb to 1600lb.
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Add a leaf will probably be a little less than that but for a lot cheaper.
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