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I am after information or opinion on car trailer springs. Leaf springs verses torsion springs for tandem axle trailers either flat or enclosed trailers under 10,000 lb  GVW size The good bad and ugly . Thanks   Harry
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Harry, I have had both and neither has seamed any different to me. The torsion has less moving parts and the leaf springs have the potential to squeak and be noisier. The 20 ft enclosed car trailer I have now has leaf springs is all aluminum, weighs 2350 lb and the gvw is 7k.

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Thanks  Vic 


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