Looked through most of the old threads on this subject about the 4 leaf, 5 leaf, re-arching and so on. Didn't see anything that was definitive about where to buy the spring so I went with Camaro Specialties as they did seem to have the best reviews at least as far as first gen stuff. They shipped fast and were reasonable on cost. Got them and while the height is correct (at least unloaded) the "details" are not good, at least in my opinion. First, the width of the leaves is about a 1/32 to 1/16 of an inch less. I know I'm picky, but I'm trying to do my restoration as good as possible. This is maybe the most un-fixable thing. The band straps are noticeably different with the tab going through a slot in the band instead of the stock tab through a round hole. I can fix this by just using the old bands if I can get them off without breaking the rusted bands. Even so, they will be too wide as they are made for the wider stock spring. The ends of the stock leaves have an angle on them. I can modify the new leaves like this so not too big a deal. Next the plastic separators have a different "split" nose where it sticks through the spring. Last, of course they have the black e-coat on them that will have to be removed. I guess my question is, is this the best it gets? I am inclined to send them back and eat the 100 shipping (50 each way) if there is something better out there. Bob Harris at Camaro Specialties said they were good and this is what everybody uses. He did say that for the first gens they had to tool their own as the customers were more particular on the generic Eaton replacements. What do the guys doing the Legends cars do for leaf springs. NOS?