Leaf Spring Repair & Replacement: San Leandro, CA

San Leandro, CA Repair Shop Location and Hours

Betts Truck Parts & Service – San Leandro Branch
950 Doolittle Drive
San Leandro, CA 94577
Phone: (510) 633-4500
Hours: See the San Leandro branch location page for hours of operation

HELP PREVENT SUSPENSION ISSUES BY REGULARLY INSPECTING YOUR LEAF SPRINGS

Semis, buses, RVs, trailers, and light and medium-duty trucks carry heavy loads that place an extra burden on axles and other vehicle components.

To prevent damage, these types of vehicles are typically equipped with leaf springs in addition to the standard coil spring suspension.

Coil springs serve an essential function by maintaining proper vehicle control and alignment, and leaf springs help protect your semi truck’s axles by absorbing shock from heavy loads and uneven roads.

Though these parts are made from durable steel and built to last for several years, leaf and coil springs can wear down over time due to corrosion and general wear and tear.

Worn or corroded springs not only affect how your truck or semi drives and carries loads but can impact other parts of your vehicle such as the tires, alignment, and suspension. Because of this, it’s always best to have your leaf springs and coil springs inspected during routine repair and maintenance visits.

Delaying Leaf Spring Repair Can Damage Your Vehicle Suspension System

The heavy loads carried by semis, buses, RVs, and light and medium-duty trucks often place extra strain on a vehicle’s suspension system and axles. To reduce wear and protect suspension components, many trucks are fitted with leaf springs to help absorb shock and reduce excess wear on the coil spring suspension system.

Leaf springs and coil springs are made from durable steel and can last for several years, but corrosion and wear from hauling heavy or uneven loads can result in accelerated wear that compromises the strength of the steel. Driving on worn or corroded springs impacts the way your vehicle handles and can damage tires, alignment, and suspension

By having your leaf springs and coil springs inspected whenever you bring your truck or trailer in for scheduled maintenance, can help prevent these and other issues with your truck’s suspension system.

HOW TO KNOW WHEN IT’S TIME FOR LEAF SPRING REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT

Over time, corrosion and wear will begin to compromise the strength of your leaf springs, putting additional stress on your axles and suspension system. Y

ou’ll know it’s time to have your springs inspected or replaced when you notice a difference in the way your truck or trailer distributes weight, or you feel a change in your steering or how your vehicle drives.

If you’re looking for reliable semi truck spring repair and replacement in the San Leandro, California area, look no further than Betts Truck Parts & Service. Our first-class service center provides leaf spring repair and maintenance for all types of trucks and similar vehicles. We service:

  • Class 6, 7, 8 trucks
  • Light and medium-duty trucks
  • Buses, motorhomes, RVs
  • Agricultural equipment
  • Trailers

Quality Leaf Spring Repair Service in San Leandro Since 1972

Since 1972, Betts Truck Parts & Service Fresno branch has been a full-service provider of semi-truck spring repair and replacement. It was our sole focus when we started out, and we’ve only gotten better in the years since. We serve O/Os, drivers, and national, regional, and local fleets, and offer high-quality heavy duty parts for DIY repairs.

EXPERIENCE THE BEST LEAF SPRING REPAIR WITH BETTS

For over 30 years, leaf spring repair and replacement have been Betts Truck Parts & Service’s #1 specialty. We have extensive experience and expertise that allow us to provide superior service and support for O/Os, drivers, and fleets of all sizes.

We offer full-service repair and replacement, as well as premium quality leaf spring parts and components for DIY replacement.

CONTACT OUR SAN LEANDRO REPAIR SHOP TO SCHEDULE YOUR TRUCK OR TRAILER SERVICE

Schedule your leaf spring repair service today or contact us to learn more about truck repair service options at our shop in San Leandro, California.