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SuperSprings Part #SSA28 Customer Reviews
8 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Donald B (Cortland, OH) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-150 — Sep 05, 2013 4:30 AM
Overall great. cons. didn't like the 1 1/4 lift but it's no big deal. also the 2 brackets are shiny silver instead of black so they stand out kinda. pros. quality is excellant. installation was easy. didn't have to take off the tire at all. just slid the springs from the rear. no compression tool needed either. would recommend
Reviewed by Eric L (Tecumseh, OK) Reviewed for a 2012 Hyundai Sonata — Apr 03, 2012 8:19 PM
Got the best price available from auto anything. Had them in less than a week. Install was super easy, as long as you can jack up your truck high enough. They work great for added payload. I must say, the online chat/assistance with auto anything is amazing. Will continue to use them for all my truck needs. Thank you autoanything.com!!!
Reviewed by Eric M (Heyworth, IL) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Nov 23, 2011 5:08 AM
Just added a gooseneck hitch so I wanted to keep the truck from sagging under the trailer load. Factory rating is around 2000# payload. WIth the SSA28, it's 3500#. Should be perfect for moving trailers of hay. I had Supersprings for about 8 years on my last pickup without trouble.
Reviewed by Steve M (Westerville, OH) — Aug 02, 2011 4:16 PM
My 2011 F150 had considerable rear-end sag and loss of handling when towing our travel trailer. Towing was near hazardous because of this. When researching solutions, I ran across SuperSprings on AutoAnything.com. After much research and speaking with Gerry at SuperSprings to clear up any questions, I made the purchase. (Gerry's the company CEO and a really helpful guy. His customer service and technical assistance are top notch! His number and e-mail are on their web site. He answers both.) Installing these was easy. It took more time to jack the truck up and down than install the springs. The result: minimal sag, better handling, reduced sway, and no more white knuckles.
Reviewed by Tom O (Little Rock, AR) — Jun 09, 2011 9:27 PM
I purchased the heavy duty springs for my Ford F150 half ton and I am very pleased with them. They did raise the rear of my truck about 2 inches and the ride is about 20% stiffer. I may call Super Springs to see if I can get a longer bracket to releive some of the tension. I am undecided at this point as I am pulling an 18 foot equipment trailer with a pretty heavy load. The one thing I do like about the Super Springs is how much they improved the cornering & handling of my truck. It drives like a BMW now and seems so much more responsive.
Reviewed by Sharon T (Wetumpka, AL) Reviewed for a 2008 Mercury Mariner — May 01, 2011 3:22 PM
Very Easy to install - gave me a little over a inch and a half lift at the hitch and dropped the front bumper an inch. 7600 pound trailer. Reduced sway when meeting big trucks to almost nil. Very pleased with end result.
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