I have had my original monos re-arched by a local truck spring repair shop. I put new Eaton monos on there 1st (stock height), but did not like the stance (rear down) and the fact that they did not have the correct taper. So despite the warning about them not lasting a year or breaking when being re-arched, I had them do a set 1.5" over stock (they had all the stock spring specs) for $1 a pound, came to around $55 total for both springs. Since they are a rough commercial spring shop, they did not finish them except for spraying some black protective coating. I stripped that off and applied some cast blast. That was around 4 years ago and no noticable sagging. Car still rides right where it was when I had them done (R&H spring, wall, nj) I had a friend that needed factory springs for his COPO, he took a bunch of my spare broken multis to them and they rebuilt them and he is very happy with them. I highly recommend them. For multi-leaf I would expect the process to be similar, but you have to make sure your plastic spacers are in good shape and make sure they reuse them. The metal strap that holds the leaf pack will probably have to be replaced as well as the center bolt.