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Ford Ranger Replacement Leaf Spring Information

Your Ford Ranger may be thrown into all sorts of situations. You want to be sure it handles all of them the way it's supposed to, which is why you have to do all you can for your suspension. The leaf spring is a shock absorber that you can add to the front end of your truck. It will likely take an inch or two off the height once installed, but it will keep your truck tighter and capable of going over even the roughest of terrain while still making it a smooth ride in the cab of your truck. At Parts Geek, you can find the Ranger Ford leaf springs you need for the model year pickup truck that you have. Even though Ford is no longer making the Ranger, we have all the parts you need - from leaf springs to everything else for your truck's performance.

Ford Ranger Leaf Spring They are available for the following Ford Ranger years: 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91. This part is also sometimes called Ford Ranger Leaf Springs. We stock leaf spring parts for most Ford models including F250 Super Duty, F350 Super Duty, F150, Excursion, F250, Explorer, Bronco II, F350, F550 Super Duty, F-250 HD, E150, F450 Super Duty, Transit Connect, E350 Super Duty, E250, E450 Super Duty, E150 Econoline and F Super Duty.

We stock these Leaf Spring brands for the Ford Ranger: Dorman, Belltech, Skyjacker and DIY Solutions.

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Not every vehicle has them, but your Ford Ranger does. Leaf springs. Are a part of your truck's suspension system that helps it to carry more than a standard car does. Though rare for a leaf spring to fail, it can happen, and to safely drive your truck, you will need a Ford Ranger leaf springs replacement service.

What is the Leaf Spring?

Leaf springs don't look like the standard coils that you may think of when you imagine a spring. These are long, bow-shaped springs that provide the additional support a truck needs. Like any other parts on the suspension system, the leaf springs also provide absorption of the jolts from the road. To support your Ford Ranger truck's weight properly, there will be a different number of springs compared to larger trucks. This is why you should not switch Ford Ranger heavy duty leaf springs for regular duty springs, and if one of the springs breaks, you cannot continue to drive your truck without risking the integrity of the other springs. Learn to watch out for signs of damage or failure of your leaf springs to prevent excessive harm to your truck.

Signs of Leaf Spring Damage

If you pay attention while driving, you should be able to identify when your truck's leaf springs are having problems. Listen when you drive over bumps, and if you hear squeaking sounds, you might have leaf springs that are wearing. If one of the springs has already broken, you could hear a cracking noise. Aside from the springs themselves, bushings inside the brackets that absorb some of the motion of the springs may become worn, and you will hear noises from these on acceleration from a stop or when braking. You cannot just repair damaged or worn out leaf springs. You will have to replace them, but it's best to have a qualified mechanic or your Ford dealer do the job to ensure that your leaf springs are properly installed and your wheel alignment has not been affected.

Ford Ranger Leaf Spring Replacement Cost

Since they are such a rare part to need replacing, it is difficult to find an installation estimate. Typically leaf springs are only found on trucks, and they are usually designed to last for the life of your vehicle, but should you need new leaf springs, you may spend hundreds. For instance, new 2000 ford ranger leaf springs typically cost $378 for a set of four. This does not include installation costs, either. Ask about your mechanic's usual labor rates because they will vary from one repair shop to another. If you want to save the labor charges, install the leaf springs on your truck yourself, but only if you have extensive experience with installing components on your suspension system.

Save Money on Ford Ranger Suspension Parts

Should you want to save money on your leaf springs, don't think that you can get them from a junk yard. You don't know the quality of parts you pull off a truck that has a questionable past. Instead, save money and get new leaf springs by shopping online at Since 2008, has been helping drivers save money on great parts for their vehicles. It's the fastest, easiest way to save money on your new leaf springs.

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