26" Double Eye Trailer Leaf Spring (3 Leaf) #AWS-3

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26" Double Eye Trailer Leaf Spring (3 Leaf) #AWS-3

3-leaf, double-eye trailer leaf spring.  Measures 26" long x 1-3/4" wide with a 1500lb. capacity.  Trailer Leaf Springs are designed to absorb road shock and provide for a much smoother trailering experience.  They also reduce wear and tear on the trailer and help to level the trailer on uneven or bumpy road surfaces.

  • Leaf Springs mount to the trailer with spring hangers or hanger kits.
  • 9/16" ID nylon bushings included

Leaf Spring Interchange and Cross Reference
This spring will work as a direct replacement for the following:

  • UCF# UNA-050
  • S&G# LD26003L
  • Dayton Parts# US-1040
  • TRP# AWS-3
  • UNA-050 LD26003L US-1040 AWS-3

NOTE:  To ensure proper axle alignment, spring wear, and suspension performance, leaf springs should always be replaced in pairs.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Gary M. (Flagstaff, US)
Hallelujah, I found the springs I needed!

I finally got to replacing the wood on my small 4x6 utility trailer, usually used to haul firewood when I'm in my Jeep. Once the rotted floor was off I discovered the driver side spring was kinked just aft of the eye, and it took me a fair while to locate a 26" spring--zillions of 27" plus, but only Pacific Trailers stocked a close facsimile of the original springs. They were duly delivered and along with new bolts and shackles, got my trailer back on its tires and ready to go!

WILLIAM B. (Houston, US)

Springs were exactly as advertised and fit perfectly. No complaints at all.

Anonymous (Santa Ana, US)

Fast shipping, bolted right up like OEM. Back on the road, Thanks.

Lenny P. (Cumberland, US)
leaf spring

Springs came in as ordered, unfortunately wron spring ordered.

Ean S. (San Bernardino, US)
Great quality

Built well. Installed easily.

Terry S.

Received my order in a short amount of time. Installation was very easy. Although the new springs raised my trailer about 4 inches, it was expected. I had an old single leaf spring on the trailer which no one makes anymore and changed it out with a 3 leaf spring.