Leaf Springs Quiz
by Staff
Leaf Springs are must for towing the heaviest of cargo. There are several types of Leaf Springs available, from Open-eye to Double-eye to Multileaf. Do you know the difference? Take this quiz and find out!

Leaf springs should be regularly checked for:

  • Cracks
  • Loose bolts
  • All of the above

Open-eye leaf springs have:

  • Two flat ends
  • One curled end or one flat end
  • Two ends that curve up into a circle

Double-eye leaf springs have:

  • Two ends that curve up into a circle
  • Two flat ends
  • One curled and one flat end

What keeps the leaf spring flush against the axle?

  • U-bolts
  • Glue
  • Hatch lock

Leaf springs can be:

  • Overslung (placed over the axle)
  • Underslung (placed under the axle)
  • Both overslung and underslung

Leaf springs are positioned where?

  • Behind the wheel
  • On the grill
  • On the bumper

Multileaf springs are designed to:

  • Support much heavier loads that monoleaf springs
  • Offer improved suspension
  • All of the above

Monoleaf springs offer:

  • More protection than multileaf springs
  • Less protection than multileaf springs
  • Breakaway prevention

Leaf springs are usually attached to the:

  • Frame
  • Rear bumper
  • Back bumper
  • Axle

Leaf springs help tow vehicles:

  • Tow heavy loads
  • Prevent Breakaways
  • Prevent Tire Blow-outs