Each set includes left and right items (left and right).
Easy to maintain
The capacity to carry more weight is increased
The weight of 1000 pounds (lbs. Capacity when compressed 50%
Improves stability by reducing and stabilizing
The fit type is specific to the car
Questions & Answers
Can you tell me how tall these are?
I would say the bump stops are about three times as large as the stock bump stops. They are about seven inches tall and four inches wide.
Does the price of 173 dollars include a pair or is it ?
Although that seems like a fair price for a 'pair', I am not sure where your getting them. If you are paying that much, do not buy one!
This could possibly be helpful to riders with harsh rides if they don't tow or haul?
They add resistance as soon as weight is You might want to consider getting a different set of shocks, and they'll do the job nicely.
Selected User Reviews For SuperSprings SSR-209-40 | SumoSprings Rear for Chevrolet Silverado 1500, GMC Sierra 1500, blue
the rear of your truck is lifted by 2", these tires will still fit, but they will not perform as intended
The answer is yes, if you are referring to a leveling kit (2" lift only in the front).
| Mar 03, 2021
The tow vehicle will be great with this
In general, these do not need to be installed, unless you are regularly towing a trailer with excessive tongue weight or putting a lot of weight on the back of the truck. If you are driving a daily driver or pulling a 12ft open landscape trailer, you should not bother looking at these. If you do this, you won't get a stylish rear end, but only spend unnecessary money. In addition to this, they aren't great for outdoor use They limit suspension travel and attempt to lift your low side tire off the ground on uneven terrain when used on road applications. Putting weight on the skis, you'll have two inches of sag before the springs will come into contact and begin holding you. I regularly pull a trailer with a tongue weight around 600 lbs. , and make it with less than 3 inches of sag. That's pretty good for a pickup with a half ton of power! When you're putting on loads of miles, they're worth their weight in gold. The installation was between 15 and 20 days The bump stops are easily swapped out for regular bump stops when I know I won't be towing for a week or two, and they give the ride of the factory mounts, which is a 5-star After you have done it a few times, it is a 10 minute job. The only issue with these is the minor spiking noise they produce, but no matter what they get 5 stars from me every day of the week and I'd recommend them to any truck owner who's testing the limits of their truck's towing and hauling ability.
| Nov 23, 2020
Product is very good, but more thought needs to go into design
The system was installed on a 2016 Chevy 1500 Silverado A metal pocket has been welded to the bracket on our truck. Within that metal pocket, you'll find the original snubber. Since the Sumo springs have too large a diameter to fit inside the pocket, they must rest on the outer edge of the pocket. According to the directions, you will need to add a stack of plain washers to fill in The design would be much better if there was a single large spacer. My first side would have been done sooner had I not stopped to see if there was an installation step or part I needed.
| Oct 29, 2020
Towing is no problem with this towing device! This is the perfect addition to my travel trailer towing system! As well as purchasing a new travel trailer, I also purchased a new car
Therefore, I cannot compare apples to apples. I'm not sure what the weight of my new trailer is - it's the same length and weight as my old one. The sumo is the same, however I love how it blooms in the spring! There is very little bounce and the back end feels a lot stiffer than the front- In the process of driving, the trailer must remain in line. This is an amazingly easy product After about an hour, I had completed the task- Putting the bandages on took me only ten minutes - five minutes to bandage and five minutes to put The only con would be The bed of my pickup truck rides a bit stiff when there is no weight in/on it, like a 3/4 ton truck. I understand, but. In this picture, you can see that my truck has minimal squat in its rear end with sumo springs installed, even with a trailer attached using a WD hitch.
| Dec 22, 2020
I highly recommend these and they're easy to set up
They were easy to install and took me about 40 minutes. The 2018 Silverado I have a was installed with them. When the truck is empty, there is almost 2" between the sumo spring and the axle, so they do not affect the ride when there is no load in it, or when we are traveling through I was able to put a 25' camper on the back of the truck with less drop and it rode and felt much The leaf spring protector is a good investment for the future. It will protect my leaf springs if I carry heavier loads.
| Feb 02, 2021
Everything seems to be going well so far
The 1/2 ton truck that I tow a 6,000 travel trailer with has been around for 20 years. The article says even with WDH so now I'm able to use these Sumo Springs tonhelp. I am going to write this review in two My trailer has not yet been towed, but I'll write about it after we lug it 1,550 miles through the Rocky Mountains in November. As of now, I can only say they went smoothly it took them about one It didn't take long for the ride to improve. There are no bumps in the road or as much bounce when it comes to speed bumps or dips in the road. Thus, I was concerned about the drive's empty load quality and was completely pleasantly surprised to find it excellent.
| Dec 28, 2020