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Custom Leaf Springs

Manufacturing OEM quality leaf springs is a specialty. With over 50 years of experience and a manufacturing facility located in central Ohio, we manage projects from single custom springs to OEM production runs and everything in between. We are renowned for our craftmanship and manufacturing capabilities, and take pride in what we make.

Custom Leaf Springs


  • Specialty – Trolleys, Rail Cars, Trailers, Buses, Semi-Tractors, Classic Cars, Hot Rods, Historic, Vintage, Farm Tractors, Mine Equipment, Athletic Equipment
  • Custom – Custom vehicles, custom ride height, off-road vehicles
  • Obsoleted OEM Replacement – hard to find for historic, vintage, and classic vehicles from manufacturers such as Studebaker, Duesenberg, Auburn, Hudson, Packard
  • OEM – quantities from one to hundreds

Custom Leaf Springs

Manufacturing Capabilities

  • Maintain an extensive library of original equipment blueprints
  • Complete in-house manufacturing – shear, punch, furnace, forming, heat treat, assembly, and paint
  • Utilize high quality 5160 alloy spring steel and grade 8 hardware
  • Semi gloss black industrial acrylic finish, custom finishes available

Request a Quote

Fill out the form below to request a quote for your custom leaf springs. For more information on how to measure your leaf springs, please click here. To download printable instructions, click here

"A" End
"B" End

Leaf #1 (longest)

Leaf #2

Leaf #3

Leaf #4

Leaf #5

Leaf #6

Leaf #7

Leaf #8

Leaf #9

Leaf #10

Leaf #11

Leaf #12

Leaf #13 (shortest)

How Can We Help?

How to Measure a Leaf Spring

1) Remove the spring from the vehicle. Do not take the spring apart. (You will do this in Step 14.)

2) Measure the width of the spring and enter the value.

3) Measure the total thickness of the spring at the center bolt (all leaves), and enter the value.

4) Measure the Free Arch. Hold a straight edge through the centerline of the spring eyes and measure from this line to the top of the main leaf next to the center bolt. Enter the value.

5) Measure the “A” and “B” length of the Main Leaf and enter the values

6) Measure the “A” and “B” length of all other leaves and enter the values.

7) Select the End Type for “A” and “B” for all leaves. 

8) For leaves that have tip inserts: enter a “T” in the “A” & “B” box.

9) For leaves that have a clip: enter a “C” in the “A” & “B” box. 

10) Select the center bolt size. 

11) Select which leaf the head touches.

12) Measure the inside diameter of the spring eyes and enter the value.

13) Measure the inside diameter of the bushings or enter the size of the eye bolt

14) Take the spring apart – This is mandatory !!! 

15) Measure the thickness of each leaf with a caliper or micrometer and enter the value for each leaf.

Heavy-Duty Vehicle Technician

Position is Day Shift, Monday – Friday.

Position Details

Our Heavy-Duty Vehicle Technicians primary responsibilities include inspection, diagnosing and repair heavy-duty vehicle suspension, brakes, steering systems.  Additional responsibilities may include DOT inspections, alignments, and preventive maintenance (oil and filter change).  The typical types of vehicles are Class 3-8 trucks (semi’s, fire trucks, dump trucks, box trucks, etc), buses, recreational vehicles, trailers and pick-up trucks.  Safe working conditions, no nights or weekends, competitive hourly pay plus incentives (no flat-rate pay), drug-free workplace.


  • Previous experience as a heavy-duty truck technician, mechanic, or other related fields
  • CDL license or willing and able to obtain (Paid for by us!)
  • ASE certifications or willing to obtain
  • Knowledge of diagnostic and repair equipment
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills
  • Deadline and detail-oriented
  • Driver’s License (Required)
  • United States work authorization (Required)
  • GED, High School Degree, or College Degree (NOT REQUIRED)


  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time off

U-Bolt Bend Types

We offer 4 types of U-bolt bends. Please refer to the image below to determine which bend you need.