Heavy duty truck leaf spring for BPW suspension system trailer spare parts

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Type: Spring Bushing

Material: Steel

Truck Model: Howo

Place of Origin: Shandong, China

Supply Ability

Supply Ability: 10000 Set/Sets per Month

Packaging & Delivery

Port: Qingdao, Shandong, China

Lead Time :

Quantity(Sets)

1 – 1000

>1000

Est. Time(days)

15

To be negotiated


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1. Product details:

Product Name

Leaf Spring

Type

Heavy duty truck leaf springs

Material

SUP6,SUP7,SUP9,SUP9A,SUP10,SUP11,SUP11A or as your require

Color

Black , Red or as your require

Certificate

ISO9001, TS16949

Truck Model

Truck and Trailer

Usage

Man, Benz,Scania, Volvo, Hino,         Howo, Cimc, Cnhtc

2. Paymet and Terms:

Payment terms

L/C, T/T, Western Union

FOB Price

USD 1000-1200 per Ton 

Delivery Time

15 days

MOQ

5 Tons

Package

Wooden or Steel by pallet or as your require

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Cleaning a leaf spring

Because of their location, leaf springs are exposed to plenty of dirt and road debris. After years of use, dirt particles can get stuck between the metal leaves. And when dust and dirt accumulate in-between suspension springs, premature rusting and wear can occur. Here's what you should do to remove grime:

Tools needed:

Wire brush
Clean rag
Degreaser
Silicone-based lubricant

Step 1: Spray the springs first with the right amount of degreaser to get rid of stubborn dirt.

Automotive degreaser is designed to deal with tough grime, so spraying the right amount should make removing road debris easier.

Step 2: Wire brush the grime away from the springs, focusing on the springs' open ends.

The open ends are more exposed to road debris, making them more prone to grime buildup. This is why this step can get very messy. To prevent ruining your garage's floor, be sure to put newspapers or plastic sheets under the vehicle. Just keep on brushing until every trace of grime is removed.

Step 3: Wipe each leaf spring with a clean rag after brushing away the hard-to-remove particles.

This makes sure that no dirt or degreaser residue remains on the surface of the springs. You can then spray the springs lightly with a silicone-based lubricant to protect them from corrosion.


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