2003-2013 High Performance Leaf Spring Shackles
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2003-2013 High Performance Leaf Spring Shackles


Regular price $270.00

When performance leaf springs are added to your truck, the extension and compression of the leaf springs length can bind up the tight rubber OEM shackle bushing. Removing every bit of friction counts.

Thuren Shackles were originally designed as the key component to our Long Travel extended Leafs, but will fit any truck with OEM or aftermarket leafs. As an added benefit, we added the ability to tune the rear suspension height with three mounting positions.


  • 2003-2013 4x4 2500
  • 2003-2012 4x4 3500
  • 2005-2013 Power Wagons.


  • Sold in Pairs
  • The grease-able 75D bushing at the shackle pivot provides smooth bind-free shackle swing.
  • 3 position height adjustable,  when used with OEM or other brand leafs. Stock height, 3/4" lift, and 1-3/4" lift options.
  • Thuren LT leafs must use the longest span mounting, so they become non-height adjustable with Thuren Long Travel leafs installed.

    Product Installation Instructions

    Thuren Fabrication 03-13 Rear Leaf Shackle Instructions


    Customer Reviews

    Based on 12 reviews
    Great quality

    Did the 3 in coils and rear shackles on a 2005 ram 2500. Love them both. Used the highest lift for the shackles and my truck is dead nuts level. Not off an 1/8 in. Haven’t drove it yet but it looks great. Thanks

    chawn young
    2011 cummins

    Good makes a difference for sure

    Raph Kroll

    It’s my second set and could not be happier!! Always quality products from Thuren.

    Larry Wilke
    Great shackle!

    Nice and tight. Went with the 3/4” lift.

    Bijan Fathy
    Thuren Adustable Shackles

    Like everything Thuren makes it’s high quality. My only gripe is they are very noisy. I was told to back the torque off from 180 lb/ft to 100 lb/ft to help alleviate the noise but it made no difference. I will continue to pump grease in them every 1,000 miles or so and hopefully that helps.