Mike will be at the Kentucky Expo Center for the NSRA Street Rod Nationals this Thursday busting suspension myths to pieces. Preview his presentation below and be sure to catch it if you go!
Springs can’t be made from just any metal. They need to be made from a steel that has a high yield strength, helping it retain it’s original shape after significant pressure is applied. Surprise, surprise: a spring’s steel needs to be able to bounce back. So what type of steel would be perfect for building springs? […]
We manufacture leaf springs all year long, and one thing everybody who comes to the shop wants to see is how it’s made. Well, not everyone can make it out to Michigan and Trumbull in Detroit, so we made this six minute video with Jeff Ford of Autorestomod to give you a special look into […]
Why shouldn’t you heat up springs? For safety’s sake.
What to do with your fresh spring installation
Kim and Jeff spotted some sweet rides in Columbus this year. Check them out!
Ever drive a Model AA modified with a 1929 steel dump on the back? It feels like you’re moving the earth.
The short answer is “when you need to.” The long answer tells you how to know that. Click for the long answer.
Here are five basic suspension tips that will save you money and hours of frustration
Understanding spring terms will make your suspension build a thousand times easier.
Are mono-leaf springs dangerous? Only if you buy from the wrong people.
Has somebody suggested using blocks on your springs? Read this.
It’s not as simple as you think. Download our measuring form and read on to measure divisional length and free arch the right way.
Under certain circumstances, you can cut coil springs. Read on to find out how, why, and when to cut your coils.