In Search of the Ultimate Helper Spring – Part 2

Last week we looked at the most popular helper spring. Over the next few weeks, we’ll suggest 10 things to look for in a helper spring, and compare the above mentioned products in order to illustrate each point. Simple   Who needs the hassle of trying to install something that’s complicated? No one! Therefore, you’re going […]

In Search of the Ultimate Helper Springs – Part 1

Remember the days when a truck was a truck? It worked like a truck. It rode like a truck. Were yesterday’s vehicles – dare I say – better made? You could throw a load of firewood on the back of a pickup knowing that the vehicle would stay level and remain stable. Not so today. […]

Three words that spell “revolutionary”

By themselves, these three words aren’t revolutionary at all. In fact, they’re pretty ordinary. But when combined and processed into one simple idea, they become extraordinary. What are the three words? Hollow. Rubber. Springs. More specifically, I’m talking about Aeon® hollow rubber springs. If you haven’t seen an Aeon® hollow rubber spring, you probably have […]

Don’t make this mistake…

There seems to be one of two extremes that some of our customers navigate toward: Not enough capacity Too much capacity Extreme mistake #1 In an effort to save a few bucks, the first extreme mistake takes place when a new customer buys an SES kit with less capacity. They’ve done their research, and deduced […]

Snow plow FAQ: Important dos and don’ts

Q.  I HAVE A SNOW PLOW ON MY TRUCK, AND I INSTALLED A LEVELLING KIT ON THE FRONT END. THIS RAISED THE FRAME ABOUT 2 INCHES. DO YOU HAVE A KIT FOR A RAISED VEHICLE? A.  If you measure between frame and axle (unloaded), we will be able to design a custom snow plow kit […]

Snowplow FAQ: Let’s fix your front end

Q.  EVER SINCE I REMOVED MY SNOWPLOW AT THE END OF THE SEASON, MY TRUCK NOW RIDES ROUGH. WHAT CAN I DO TO GET MY RIDE BACK? A.  If you have a ride quality issue after you’ve removed the snowplow, there is only one way to fix the problem: Remove the SES kit. Also: Cranking […]