it looks like to me that 1 of the rings broke off the top and thats y it popped out of place, thats what happened to me... but its kind of hard to tell in the pic but the top ring of ur spring should be smaller than the others (except the bottom 1 thats even smaller)...
Good call, the spring is going to get replaced. Haven't gotten the bottom bolt out yet but from what I can tell, the top most loop broke off at some point. The point where it broke looks like a spearhead and I'm pretty sure the end of a coil spring would be squared or rounded off not all jagged and sharp.
My jackstands are barely tall enough for this, I'm going to need a new set to get the frame higher if I hope to put in a normal sized spring. Suppose this would probably be a good time to raise the front an inch or two.
Turns out I have a bit of work to do if I hope to drive this home for Easter like I had planned. Pics when I get the damn bolt off the bottom.
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Got them in yesterday! Thanks for all the help guys, I couldn't have done it without y'all. Painted them white so they'll match the wheels once I get around to painting them. Ride is much better so far and as close as I can tell, the front is still slightly lower than the rear.
Had to borrow a spring compressor to get the passenger side spring in, couldn't get enough drop even with the shocks disconnected. Noticed shocks are pretty well worn and new ones will come this summer when I get new leaf springs. Probably still needs an alignment although it doesn't pull to the side like it used to.