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Leaf spring question

Ok... My 94 Xlt 4 banger has 1 leaf spring on each side in the back, instead of having a clump of them. I am wondering if my truck is just messed up or if anyone else has only one leaf spring. And any help on new leaf springs will be helpful, like price and where i can buy them. thanks.
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i no they do that on some of the older explorers and mini vans but i never heard of only 1 leaf on a ranger.
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Is the truck a longbed?

I know in those eyars ford experimented with 1 leaf spring method and it was like a fiberglass composite leaf as well.
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yes it is a longbed
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