How do Timbren springs work?

How do Timbren springs work?

Timbren rubber springs, on the other hand, automatically adjust to variable loads and road conditions. In other words, these rubber springs are self-adjusting. It’s the progressive spring rate built right into AeonĀ® hollow rubber springs that enables them to adjust automatically.

How do I keep my truck from sagging when towing?

More Springs One of the most inexpensive and easiest ways to get a little lift from the rear of your truck is by installing an add-a-leaf. An add-a-leaf, such as the ones available from Rancho Suspension, is placed within your truck’s spring pack to help increase support and lift.

What is a Timbren?

Timbrens incorporate AEON hollow rubber springs, which aid your existing leaf springs in the handling of rough road conditions. These rubber springs are reliable and quite effective as part of the improved performance of your vehicle suspension.

How do I beef up my truck for towing?

How to Increase Towing Capacity

  1. Get the Right Hitch. First and foremost, you will need to invest in the right type of hitch.
  2. Use a Programmer.
  3. Replace Axles.
  4. Upgrade the Braking System.
  5. Install a Bigger Radiator.
  6. Upgrade Suspension.
  7. Enhance Your Intake and Exhaust.
  8. Upgrade Your Truck.

Which is better Sumo springs or Timbrens?

Which is Better, Timbren or SumoSprings? Timbren Aeon springs will deliver a long-lasting and versatile suspension enhancement suitable for both heavy haulage and Class 8 trucks. SumoSprings provide a balance of weight support and comfort and are often recommended for various applications.

Are sumo Springs worth it?

SPOILER ALERT: SumoSprings are 100% worth it. SumoSprings drastically smooth out your ride, reduce sway, and give you more control as you drive on uneven terrain. For the price you pay, they provide fantastic value.