will lift springs off a 40 model work on my 62 model?

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by WckedMidas, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. WckedMidas

    WckedMidas

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    Found someone trying to get rid of some 2 and a half inch lift springs for a 40 model are the same as my62s springs?
     
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    NO

    Not even close, TOO short.
     
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    Nope. Different length, different width.
     
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    Different weight capacity too
     
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    ok thanks everyone
     
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    Does anyone know of springs with the same dimensions/load capacity, but from a different vehicle? I heard of people using fj55 springs (front only) but think it was sprung over. Even something non toyota(probably not a good idea), that you could actualy find in a junk yard. I still need front leafs. :doh:
     
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    Stick with 60/62 springs. They work real well ;)
     
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