What are Timbren SES truck springs and how do they work?
Does your pickup sag too much when you hook up a trailer? Perhaps you’re wondering, “Shouldn’t my new pickup truck have better rear springs?” What’s the deal...? It’s time to fix the problem!
What are Timbren SES helper springs?
Even though your new pickup truck may have a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 pounds, that doesn't mean you’ll somehow avoid rear suspension squat. Good news! Timbren SES helper springs are the simple and easy solution.
Timbren SES truck springs were first developed for the North American market in 1968. The sale of SES kits has expanded since then to include well over 400 kits for everything from small pickups to big rigs like Peterbilt.
Timbren SES helper springs, aka Aeon® hollow rubber springs, are at the heart of every Timbren SES product. They are the alternative to metal and air. Why? Because Aeon® springs are stronger than steel and more reliable than air. (More on that later.)
Aeon® springs come in various sizes and shapes: single, double, and even triple convolutions, some round, some square. A set of Aeon® springs provide extra weight capacity for your suspension, starting at 1,000 lbs up to 50,000 lbs. Every SES kit is a combination of carefully selected Aeon® springs and components that can be installed on virtually every truck, van and SUV that rolls off the assembly line.
How do Timbren SES helper springs work?
Timbren SES rubber suspensions for trucks replace the original OE bumpstops that came with your truck. Timbren rubber helper springs come with some awesome features and benefits:
Easy installation: “Less than 30 minutes”
Zero maintenance: “Set it and forget it”
Progressive spring rate: “Stronger than steel”
Hysteresis - “Shock absorption”
How do SES rubber suspensions compare with the competition?
What about the competition? Two of the most popular helper springs for trucks are steel and air. Remember we said that Timbren SES aka Aeon® rubber springs are “stronger than steel and more reliable than air”? Here’s why:
Steel leaf springs like add-a-leaf have a linear spring rate. The problem with a linear spring rate is that it has the same spring rate as it deflects all the way down until the suspension bottoms out. On the other hand, a progressive (or variable) spring rate increases as the weight increases, allowing the truck to carry much heavier loads.
Airbags are a high-maintenance system because you’re dealing with compressed air. If there’s an air leak, you’ll have to fix it immediately because it’s too dangerous to haul or tow if the suspension is unstable. Timbren SES, on the other hand, is more reliable because rubber springs are pretty much bulletproof. Remember - there’s no air.
For maximum support that eliminates dangerous roll and sway, Timbren SES severe-service kits provide maximum stability when you’re hauling a heavy load. Adding a Timbren SES suspension upgrade will not only prevent rear-end sag and rear-end sway, it will also keep you safe and trouble free.
Timbren SES kits are a “set it and forget it” solution that safely and effectively keeps your vehicle level under heavy loads. Once it’s installed, an SES kit keeps your vehicle balanced and stable no matter what type of load you’re towing or hauling.
Why should I choose Timbren SES suspensions for trucks?
Timbren SES suspension upgrades give you the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to keeping the truck stable. Here are several reasons why Timbren SES suspension upgrades are the best solution for rear-end sag:
Affordable - most Timbren kits are less than $300.00
Easy to install - most Timbren kits take less than 30 minutes to install
Absorbs road shock - Timbren SES kits improve the ride quality even with the heaviest loads
Levels out the trailer - Timbren SES kits keep the tow vehicle from squat
Zero maintenance - just set it and forget it
Prevents roll and sway - Timbren SES kits help to stabilize the load
Help maintain control - improves steering and braking
The last thing you should know about Timbren SES is that these are a DIY solution. You can install them in your driveway using tools you have lying around the house. You can go from install-to-haul in about thirty minutes.
There are over 400 Timbren SES kits that fit virtually every truck, van, and SUV that rolls off the assembly line. Every component is carefully selected to provide the best combination for your vehicle.
Timbren SES upgrades are the best helper springs because they are the most reliable. Like we said earlier, Timbren SES upgrades offer a progressive spring rate and require zero maintenance. These 2 advantages alone guarantee for you the most reliable helper spring in the industry.
And each kit comes with a Lifetime Warranty and a 100-Day Money Back Guarantee. Head on over to Timbren.com and transform the way your vehicle tows and hauls right now.