At this time we have LongLeaf Spring kits to fit front and rear of the following Jeeps:

MB, M38, CJ2A, CJ3A, CJ3B, CJ5, CJ6, CJ7 and CJ8 

< March 6, 2016 >
To our Valued Customers-

Due to increased costs in materials and manufacturing, we were forced to increase the price of all kits. New prices are as follows:

Complete kits for all MB, M38, CJ2A, CJ3A, & CJ3B are $1,050
Complete kits for all CJ5 & CJ6, '71 and earlier are $1,125
Complete kits for all CJ5 & CJ6, '72 thru '75 are $1,150
Complete kits for all '76 thru '86 CJs are $1,450
Half kits (for 1 end only) are available. Call for prices.

*We recommend an additional leaf added to the rears only for all CJ6 & CJ8s and to all CJ7s if running a hard top. We refer to these as our + (plus) springs and this will add an additional $100 to the price of each kit. Front or rear half kits are also available. Contact us for pricing.

Thank You,
Ed, Gary and David


Welcome to Holbrook Specialties is a family business owned and operated by Ed, Gary and David Holbrook and has specialized in domestic 4 wheel drive running gear and suspension since 1969.

Check out a feature article by Jimmy Nylund about the springs in the February 2002 issue of Four Wheeler magazine.

There is also an article about the springs  by Jeff Johnston in the Tech section of the April 2002 issue of Peterson's Off-Road.

NOTE - These springs are not designed for use with a front shackle reversal system  (solid spring mount at the front bumper) as used on all M38-A1 Jeeps. Additionally, they are not designed for a "spring over" system.

Please note, if you do have questions regarding the LongLeafs or other issues, and have already read the LongLeafs page, send an email to Gary.

Recent Updates:

New pricing added 6/Mar/16
New pricing added 9/Sep/14
New pricing added 27/Apr/10
New price structure added 29/Apr/08
All-new Forum (Jeep Stories) and Photo Gallery added 26/Jan/06
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Added letter to customers regarding increased cost of steel to home page  08/Jun/04

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Last updated 6 March 2016