- Leaf Springs are sold individually.
- Bushings sold separately.
- Stock/Light Load: 0-GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight)
- OLD MAN EMU Leaf Springs will NOT accept Factory Bushings
Required Parts by Manufacturer:
- Old Man Emu Anti Inversion Kit OMEFK08 is required front/rear if greasable shackles are not fitted.
- 1968-1980 Land Cruiser FJ40 models require Leaf Spring Bushing Kit, OMESB30.
- 1980-1984 Land Cruiser FJ40 models require Leaf Spring Bushing Kit, OMESB1.
- 1968-1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 SWB with 2.25" Lift (Medium Load)
A Set of Old Man Emu Dakar Leaf Springs matched to a set of Old Man Emu shocks will deliver vastly improved ride, handling and load carrying capability. Numerous spring options are available to suit a multitude of applications, allowing you to set your vehicle up for recreational or commercial purposes.
- Draw Tapered & Diamond Cut Leaves: Ensure the load is progressively distributed over a larger surface area, reducing the high stresses that develop at leaf ends. This provides increased ride quality and protection against leaf breakage, significantly increasing the spring life.
- Bolt Clamps & Liners: The leaf clamps are bolted to allow installation of anti squeak nylon liners.
- Fully Scragged & Load Tested: Scragging ensures the spring takes a permanent 'set' which reduces the risk of sagging. Load testing ensures the spring meets the required specification.
- Graphite Coating: To further reduce the friction between the spring leaves & friction pads.
- Military Wrap: Designed to provide added safety.
- Anti Friction Pads: Regreasable nylon interleaf liners reduce friction at the leaf tips where the load is the greatest.
- Flat Axle Seat Area: Allows a positive, safe axle mount reducing spring stress & increasing spring life.
- Shot Peening: The tension side of all leaves is shot peened to reduce spring stress. This process can double the life of a spring.
- Two-stage Leaf Pack: Featured on most rear springs for optimum comfort. When unladen the vehicle is largely riding on the primary stage, with the secondary stage providing additional support when a heavy load is added.
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