This is interesting. I've owned my cruiser for over two years and it has always had a BAD shake at highway speed. I have tried EVERYTHING to fix it. Anyways, I was sitting in my garage admiring my Cruiser, like I do every Saturday afternoon, when I noticed that one of the front leaf springs is backward ??? The military wrap is at the fixed end on both springs, but one spring has two clips in front, one in back, while the other is the opposite (when I say clips, I mean those things that are riveted to a spring and wrap around the pack. I don't know what they are called.) I've never had the springs off my Cruiser, so it was something that a PO did. My question is: How exactly are the individual leaves held together? Can I just remove the spring and slide out the #1 and 2 leaves and reverse them? Or do I need to take it to a spring shop?  o you guys think I have finally found the source of my bad vibes? BTW, it's a stock FJ40 with original springs.