What happened to Triangle Springs

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  1. Brian Edwards

    Brian Edwards Farmall Cub

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    What happen to the Triangle Springs that everyone use to sell and recommend, were there problems, or just no longer available?
    I have been away for a while.
     
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    As far as I know, Triangle is still in business

    http://www.triangleusa.com/index.html

    I just don't see any of the Scout/Light Line vendors offering them on their online catalogs. Might want to give Super Scout Specialists a call and ask. They used to be the main SLL vendor for Triangle.

    I have 4" Triangle springs on the rear of my Scout II.
     
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    They'll make your Scout flex like a dump truck :D

    Better off with another brand :yes:
     
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    One thing might be. Triangle has changed owners a couple of times over the past few years. They also have changed how and who they sell to.

    With the new minimum dollar to buy from them. It has cut out a lot of smaller distributors. So I don't think any of the Scout Vendors could meet their minimum dollar to buy from them.

    Dayton Parts/Batco (Stanley Springs) still makes the stock arch Scout II springs. Has anyone tried them? I am a WD for them and the HD truck springs I sell of theirs is top of the line quality.

    I am looking into getting a set for my Scout. Has anybody tried the Dayton Springs?
     

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