Our Founder - The first blacksmith at Palmer Spring Company was founder, Joseph Benjamin Palmer. He brought his trade from England in 1849, to Boston then Concord, New Hampshire. According to Palmer's great great grandson, David Weeks current president, Concord was the original center of the carriage business in the United States. The Portland Branch - The Portland branch was opened in 1930 when grandson Richard S. Palmer took over the firm. It was opened in its current location, 355 Forest Avenue. As time went on the business grew. Palmer Spring now owns four buildings in all. All are connected and they have even added a second floor. Palmer has seven service bays, a blacksmith shop, a parts area, a warehouse area and offices. Leaf springs: our primary product - The primary product made by Palmer Spring is leaf springs. There are racks of them in various curves, sizes and lengths in the storage area. On occasion They still make springs for stage coaches, usually for amusement or historical parks. In addition they repair, rebuild or re-arch used leaf springs or add to existing springs to give new life.They even make the U-bolts that attach the springs to the axles. Curtis Snow Plows - Curtis Plows are world's fastest attachment snow plow. You could spend more money on the competition's plow, however you can't get a better plow than the Curtis plow. Prove it to yourself! Contact us for a free, no obligation demo today. Or, check out the video on their website for more information, Other Specialties - Palmer Spring Company is a specialist in vehicle suspension and a distributor for coil springs for foreign and domestic cars and trucks as well as a seller and installer of poly-air springs, an adjustable suspension aid for vehicles with coil springs. They also perform wheel alignments and complete brake services, work on C.V. joints for front wheel drive vehicles and sell and install shock absorbers and struts. We now sell plows and spreaders.