The lip type does not do that, the lips hold them in place. I've been running them on my '55 1/2 w/hd rear springs, no issues with the liner coming out. The ride is fairly decent. I wouldn't exect an miracles with a 1 ton, as the spring pack will still be very stiff. The liner only provides for smoother spring action. The BDS anti-friction pads are only for BDS leaf springs. These pads are easy to install and come with a limited lifetime warranty. So if you are looking to stop the clanging of metal on metal contact. Then the BDS anti-friction pads are for you.
They help to control chassis rolling and axle dampening while protecting the car from lateral forces. Leaf springs help passengers to enjoy a smooth ride and improve the handling of the car. What are the benefits of having a leaf spring? The leaf spring system was originally used because of the simplicity of its design, based on bundles of steel.
The clamping load is assumed to act on all friction surfaces equally. For dry disc brakes it doesn’t matter whether the brake is of the sliding type or opposed piston. Newton’s Third Law state every force has an equal and opposite reaction and a reaction force from a sliding caliper is the same as an opposed piston one.