When a vehicle is fitted with leaf springs, they are mounted to the chassis using a fixed pin (usually at the front) and a swinging shackle (usually fitted to the rear of the spring). As the vehicle traverses over uneven road surfaces, the leaf spring flexes. The leaf spring is designed with an amount of camber, this is the arc of the spring. When the spring moves upwards it has a tendency to flatten out and inturn, this will increase its length, to allow for this a swinging shackle is fitted.

Chevrolet Colorado 2012-on 2WD
Holden Colorado 2012-2016 RG 2WD
Holden Colorado 2012-2016 RG 4WD
Holden Colorado 2016-Onwards RG MY17 4WD

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