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Anyone using Sumo Springs by Super Springs Inc.? I just got a 2010 Jayco Octane 29' Toy Hauler and when I hook up to it the F-350 squats a bit in the rear, I ran across these Sumo Springs and like the idea of no airlines to run and no airbags to leak down, just wondering if they are the way to go.
 

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Are they like Timbrens? A rubber spring in place of your bump stops.
 

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The Sumo Springs mount to the truck frame above the rear axle and to the rear ends 'U' bolts. They look to be a coil spring molded into rubber.
 

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I checked them out online. Similar idea to Timbrens how do they compare in price? Your $$$. Give them a try if you like. I've had good luck with Timbrens. It would be nice to see a set before you buy them.
 

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I gotta say that I have been more than please of my pac brake air bags, and like that idea that they are adjustable. However if you go this route give us a write up one them and we can stick it in this forum.
 
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