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What is a leaf spring?
A leaf spring is a suspension support made up of long metal strips bent into an arc or elliptical shape with multiple pieces attached one on top of another as determined by the overall weight the spring is to support....
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The middle leaf spring broke on a 2011 Tundra
Tape isn't going to hold it. There's a lot of tension on those and the only thing you do is replace them. The only place that sells them as far as I know is Toyota and they'll be super expensive....
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Creaking supsension
Hello. If your leaf springs are making noise then properly lubricating them will likely correct the issue. You may use a suitable aerosol type of lubricant to spray the leaf spring and joints, however those lubricants may wash off as...
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Leaf spring mount needs to be welded back on
Hi there. This is a difficult question to answer, simply because of the detailed information needed for what portion of the leaf spring mount is damaged or how damaged may have been done to the mount. In general, I'd suggest...

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