Increase Load Support - Helper Springs
Hellwig Helper Springs
Hellwig makes a variety of overload springs that are sure to help anyone trying to increase their load capacity. From the weekend hauler, to the every day workman, Hellwig steel helper springs will give you the support you need. We offer steel helper springs for Chevy, Dodge, Ford, Jeep, Isuzu, Mazda, Nissan, and Toyota.
SuperSprings are a self-adjusting helper spring that will increase the level load capacity of your vehicle. Super Springs have a patented roller system that will with no rattle or noise and best of all, they do so automatically. A leaf spring suspension will flex when a load is applied and eventually flatten out and make your pickup or suv sag, bottom out, or sway. If you have SuperSprings overloads installed, this is the exact time the patented system will engage and provide your vehicle with level load support from SuperSpring rear helper spring kits.
Air Helper Springs
Firestone, Air Lift, and Hellwig Air Bags offer better handling and control under heavily loaded conditions. These kits increase stability and control, reduce bottoming, and provide the ability to level the heaviest loads from left to right and front to rear. Featuring an air spring with superior ride quality, softening typical loaded ride conditions by transferring load from the vehicle's leaf spring to the air helper spring.
Timbren Suspension Kits
Timbren Suspension Kits are typically used as an alternative to an air spring. For about half the price, all the funcionality, and even more, Timbren Kits consist of rubber cushions that absorb road shocks and automatically adjust to uneven loads or road conditions. These suspension enhancement systems typically work well for anyone engaging in towing, plowing, landscaping, or any version of heavy loading.
Add a Leaf Kits
Add a Leaf Kits are added to existing leaf springs to increase the load capacity of your current suspension. An add-a-leaf is perfect for a truck or suv that undergoes a large amount of constant heavy loading. An extra leaf will generally provide a more "stiff" ride, which is preferred by some drivers, especially when carrying heavy loads, as aforementioned.