Ok I need some more advice with multiple questions, (of course its me thats posting right! LOL).
My leaf springs are pretty flat with the trailer only half loaded. They are pretty much just straight across on both sides. Just showing level I guess for lack of better terminology. I noticed this last fall when we unloaded for the winter, we didnt completely empty it and only brough in the things that would freeze. The TT is 6 yrs old too.
Should I replace them? (Im going to put the Equa-Flex on this spring and while I have it apart.....)
And now the second question which has a long explanation for your consideration
I wanted to try to get a little more weight rating out of ittoo. I can upgrade my leaf springs from 1750# to 2400# springs (the sizes are exactly the same except the free arch goes from 3.00 for the 1750# spring, to 3.19 free arch for the 2400# spring). I know that the whole suspension should actually be upgraded to get a little more weight rating out of the thing but I cant afford new axles, breaks, (just bought 4 Never-Adjust brake assembliesfrom Dexter to be put on in the spring) hubs, etc. I also know that going with a higher arch in the spring will raise the trailer a bit but I can use the extra arch because of the way the trailer sits when hooked up, its not perfectly level with the TV and the extra height I estimate will bring it right up to level.
Now keep in mind my stock with the 1750# springs is: GVWR is 7993# with my CCC is 1186#.
Nowwith the battery 50#, propane 68#and 10 gallons of water 83#and any other added options (awning 200#?)spare tire and carrier 65# taken away from the CCC leaves me with only roughly 600 pounds for things like food, clothes, tools, all the other little things that we all take with us sat dish, tv's, etc.
It seems that adding allour "stuff" to my TT will put quite a burden on the springs themselves.
So with all this in consideration do you think it would be better to go with the 2400# springs? If not why?