Triangle Suspension Includes U-Bolt Torque Labels

May 2010, - Feature

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Triangle Suspension Systems announced that all leaf springs produced by Triangle will include a label with the proper U-bolt torque specifications.

"Properly torquing U-bolts is one of the most important and often overlooked activities associated with a leaf spring repair," explains Triangle President Rick Kempski. "Given the importance of this activity, we want everyone to know the proper torque specification when they are using a Triangle spring. We will also be adding this information to our packaged u-bolts in the near future."

Company officials note that retorquing U-bolts after a few hundred miles of service can eliminate most of the premature failures of leaf springs between the U-bolts.


  1. 1. Peter Fjordman [ December 22, 2014 @ 11:05AM ]

    Note that even if you know exactly which torque has been used on the joint you don't know the preload created by that torque.


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