Manufacturing of leaf spring for automotive application to support heavy load vehicles such lorry and truck is a challenging process. This is due to the difficulty in fabricating the leaf spring exactly as per designed. The difference between the desired leaf spring shape and the actual fabricated shape is known as camber drop. The aim of this study is to establish the correlation between leaf spring specifications, camber drop and its processing parameters. The formulated equation can thus be used to predict the extent of camber drop and required action can be taken to reduce camber drop. This work was conducted by gathering data of variables suspected to influence camber drop, namely quenching camber, half-length of the spring, spring rate and end thickness of the spring. Regression analysis was conducted and the correlation between leaf spring’s specifications and camber drop is given. A mathematical model able to predict the extent of camber drop is formulated.