The FleetRun FR-SPSN639 Front Axle Leaf Spring is a crucial part of any Volvo / Hendrickson AirTek suspension system. Designed to provide optimal support and stability to your vehicle's front end, this leaf spring is a true main support member in the most demanding conditions. It is compatible with models between 2004-2023+ VNL, VNM, VNX, and VHD.
Made with precision and quality in mind, this leaf spring is manufactured to meet or exceed OEM standards. It is designed to withstand heavy loads and rough terrain, with a weight capacity of 12,000-14,600 lbs. The leaf spring comes with front and rear bushings included and are designed to work seamlessly with the Hendrickson Airtek Suspension.
If you're looking for a reliable and durable front axle leaf spring, look no further than FleetRun FR-SPSN639. Contact us with any questions and we'll be glad to answer them, also be sure to check out or other related components. As a business, we pride ourselves on our manufacturing excellence and customer satisfaction. Upgrade your suspension system today and experience the difference with FleetRun.
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- 2004-2023+ Volvo VNL
- 2004-2017 Volvo VNM
- 2013-2023+ Volvo VNX
- 2004-2023+ Volvo VHD
Volvo VNL front end shaking
Failed bushings in the steer axle leaf springs or upper shackle brackets can cause your Volvo truck to shake, sometimes it can be noticed if you press the brakes firmly while coming to a stop. Failed bushings DOES NOT mean you need to replace your leaf springs, a repair shop can just replace the bushings if necessary (recommended to replace all 3 bushings on each leaf spring).
Steer tire wear
Poor or premature wear can also be a sign of a failed leaf spring and/or bushings, please note this is not always the case and is recommended to verify the cause with a qualified repair facility.
How do I know if my truck needs new leaf springs?
Some definite signs are:
- broken spring(s)
- failed bushings (verify free play or damage with a repair shop)
- truck front end leaning to one side and the leaf spring has flattened out
- uneven and/or steer tire wear patters