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i bought the hd 4" leafs and it was probably one of the worst decisions i have ever made on my truck i bent them 2 weeks after i put them on and you loose the height really fast with in a half a year they sat about the same as a ruf pack
I think that the allpro and TG springs are the same. Most likely made by the same manufacturing company. They have basically the same design, specs, and price.
I have seen personally, TG leaves do not hold up well. But, since you already paid for them, pull a leaf and run them for a trip. They will settle, then plan on putting it back in eventually when they sag beyond your desired height and stiffness.
I also taught him how to put in 5min of hard work and then spend 15min staring and admiring what you have done...
almost everything TG sells either doesnt work right or fails way before it should. they have "great prices" because the products they sell are cheap chinese knock off's. check out Old Man Emu or Allpro and pay a few more bucks now and never worry about it.
I have never ran tg springs. My only expierence is with all pro or marlin. I have built two rigs now. I sold my first one to one of my closest friends. The all pro springs on that rig are going on 5 yrs now and have not flattened out and still flex like crazy. My two cents is that it was worth the extra coin I spent on the springs. I have only heard bad things about tg springs. Does any one have proof that they are chinese steel?
http://www.trail-gear.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-6725.htmlthere are hundreds of topics on this, Tg will not release that information. It has been proven over and over they use "inferior" (Cough cough Chinese) metals.Explain how else they are able to under cut everyone else on prices?
Its pretty standard industry practice that they wouldnt release the makeup of their material. I bet if you went and asked marlin for their exact makeup of their material they would tell you to go away. In fact im pretty sure its already been asked and the people were told no. The reason to hide it is so that others do not copy it, there are many proprietary things going on with all aspects of the manufacturing world that are a closely guarded secret. People just get this stupid notion that they are somehow entitled to know exactly how/what goes into the product they buy.
Ironclad, the failed merger was a blessing. It was a scam that Chris Geiger organized!
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