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Rear Leveling Kits - Air Bags, Helper Springs, Timbren Kits
Rear leveling kits will increase the load capacity of your vehicle to help level a load in your vehicle. Types of rear leveling kits include hellwig helper springs, suspension air bags, and timbren suspension enhancement systems. While rear leveling kits are meant to prevent your vehicle from sagging or going down, a front leveling kit will lift the nose up and increase the ride height of your vehicle to make room for bigger tires or get rid of your trucks natural rake.
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Air Suspension Leveling Kits
Air bag helper springs will level the rear of your vehicle by use of air springs. Depending on your application, the air springs will either be placed on top of your leaf springs, your axle, or inside of you coil springs. We offer air bag kits from top brands like Air Lift, Firestone, and Hellwig. Add an on-board air compressor to adjust your springs on the go.
Helper Spring Leveling
Hellwig makes a variety of helper 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.
Timbren Suspension Kits
Timbren Suspension Kits are typically used as an alternative to an air spring. For about half the price, all the functionality, 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.