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"There was way less rocking side to side when we went over speed bumps and pulling into driveways and such; a considerable difference. Also before we upgraded I (Kim the wife) wouldn’t drive the van over 65 because it swayed too much. Now it barely has any sway and I can easily drive over 80mph… so that’s huge!

We can’t say anything but great things about SuperSprings. They made a night and day difference on the way the van handles, especially on rocky dirt roads when we are off-grid camping!"

- Dave and Kim @bigfootvanlife on Instagram

"We are super pumped to have them in the van! We just can't wait to get the complete package (with SumoSprings). It's awesome so much less swaying you can really feel the strength of these things just feels a lot tighter in the back."

“Those bumps felt good!” - Taylor
“Yep they feel good, it's so crazy it's only three bolts!” - Kevin

"Pretty easy installation and good solution especially if you have sway in your van. Definitely recommend it we wish we had them sooner!"

- Kevin & Taylor @MathersOnTheMap

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SuperSprings are a simple, bolt-on, steel helper spring that eliminates rear-end sag and stabilizes sway & body roll. Built in the USA from high-grade shot peened steel, this suspension solution allows you to load up without sacrificing your ride quality. 

The SuperSpring design includes a patented roller shackle on each end that allows for self-adjustment as weight is changed. This is particularly help l as you add water or gear to your RV.

Welcome to the last suspension upgrade for your vehicle.
Shackle Adjustment
SuperSprings are designed with various shackles. The shackles will have 1, 2, or 3 bolt holes. The bolt holes allow the installer to adjust the SuperSprings. The higher the hole, the more pre-load tension, allowing the SuperSprings to start higher on the spring rate curve. Below is a chart showing the various bolt positions for a two-hole shackle.
LOW PRE-LOAD TENSION
Lowest Setting
Rear roller bolt in lower hole and Front roller bolt in lower hole
MED PRE-LOAD TENSION
Slight Increase
Rear roller bolt in upper hole and Front roller bolt in lower hole
HIGH PRE-LOAD TENSION
Greater
Rear roller bolt in lower hole and Front roller bolt in upper hole
MAX PRE-LOAD TENSION
Greatest
Rear roller bolt in upper hole and Front roller bolt in upper hole