Saw a long post about leaf springs that got me thinking about something I had done to my car about forty years ago. My car's back end had been sagging over the years, and when I was living in CO I had something done about it. Guy took my rear springs out, disassembled them, and beat and pressed every leaf back into its original curve. He had a set of templates, one for each individual leaf, to match them up against. He reassembled and reinstalled the springs, and my Mustang's posterior was perky again! Of course, after several years it started to sag again, and I put on some half leaf helper springs. Those have held up well for the last 25+ years. Anyway, I was wondering if spring re-arching was a lost art, or are there still people that do that sort of thing.