Reviewed By Miguel G (MIAMI, FL) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford Econoline —6/20/2013 5:47 AM
This kit definitely lifted up my van as needed. Even under load it holds its height. Recommended.
Reviewed By David K (Elgin, IL) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford Econoline —9/27/2011 1:24 PM
Bought these Super Springs in the Light Duty version for my 2000 Ford E150 Conversion van to be able to tow our 18ft. Sea Ray boat without the horrible front-to-rear bounce. I know conversion vans are more for cruising, but it's the only vehicle we own with enough engine to tow as well. Installation was easy, took about an hour. Only raised the rear about an inch or so, and I don't feel any major ill effect for everyday driving. But with the boat hooked up it definitely took away some of the bounce. If anyone has a bigger boat than an 18 footer I would recommend going with the Heavy Duty springs in a similar towing setup.
Reviewed By Jason S (Saint Louis, MO) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Econoline —9/6/2014 5:02 AM
Placement was a little particular, had to move fore and aft a few times to make sure clearance with the brake bleeder and caliper bolts was sufficient, but also that contact wasnt made with the under body of the van. Took over an hour on side one, 20 minutes on side two. Definitely firmed the rear up a bit without really effecting drivability. I haven't put them under payload yet but think they will help. 2004 e150 van.