How do you spell Freedom?

Another SEMA trade show in Vegas. The year was 2011. Apparently, Timbren had an entry for “Best New Product” in the off-road category. Most of us at Timbren didn’t even know that our new product had been entered. Hey, it was Vegas. Someone was feeling lucky. And as “luck” would have it, we won! What […]

See you in Las Vegas…

Are you planning to come to the SEMA Show this year? If so, be sure to stop by our booth.  We want to give you a copy of our new 2020 catalog, and fill you in on the new Timbren SES products we’ve developed for Ford Ranger, Ford Raptor, Chevy and GMC 1500 pickups, Nissan […]

So… what’s with the spacer?

Q. The kit I bought comes with a spacer that looks like an over-sized hockey puck. What is it for, and when do I use it? A.  . For instance, some kits come preassembled. For obvious reasons, no spacer is included. But a number of SES kits that fit a vehicle with a straight axle, […]

10 Ways You Can Prepare for Snow Plow Season

When you’re enjoying the beautiful weather on a warm, summer day, the first snow fall is the last thing on your mind. But winter will soon return, and along with it will come the white stuff… Will you be ready? Stay ahead of the seasonal curve… If you recently installed a snow plow on your […]

10 Things to Look For in a Helper Spring – Part 4

Last week we examined the more popular helper springs and drew some comparisons regarding quietness, ride quality and stability. This week we’re continuing our comparison of Add a leaf, Air ride and Timbren SES. Here are four more things to consider when choosing a helper spring. Reliability We’re going to measure reliability by asking two […]

10 Things to Look For in a Helper Spring – Part 3

Last week we suggested a few things to remember when you are looking for a helper spring to install on your vehicle. This week we’re continuing with our comparison of Add a leaf, Air ride and Timbren SES. Quiet or noisy? If you own a brand new pickup that rides smooth and quiet, the last […]