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    With a cord of wood loaded in your payload and a burly winch strapped the front bumper, your workhorse starts to sag like a twenty-year-old mattress. In the past, you'd have to rig up a complicated airbag system with hoses and compressors that need constant attention. Now, bolstering your suspension is a cinch with SumoSprings, the world's first "airless airbags".

    The mad scientists over at SuperSprings cooked up a cutting-edge formula of closed-cell polyurethane foam and heavy-duty additives to form the spine of your springs. This blend gives your Sumo Springs the ability to compress up to 80% and expand up to 20%, delivering a progressive spring rate. Whether you're hauling a pile of bricks or a six-pack of chubby wrestlers, SumoSprings deliver exceptional ride quality with zero maintenance needed.

    Custom engineered for a perfect fit, SumoSprings are available for the front and rear of your pickup, SUV or van. They're sturdy enough to handle harsh conditions, and most bolt directly into place with no drilling needed. Plus, they're backed by a 2-year warranty.

    SumoSprings Customer Reviews

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    43 Customer Reviews

    You probably only need the basic/blue model.

    Reviewed by William F (Clovis, NM) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Sierra — May 11, 2018 7:45 PM

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    The Autoanything website doesn't say this. It isn't even on the supersprings website. The only place it is is on the back of the installation instructions - hidden in a small font among a bunch of photos of the product installed on other vehicles. But the 1500 and 2800lb models (black and yellow) are are only intended for applications with a constantly loaded commercial applications.

    No load yet

    Reviewed by David D (Anchorage, AK) Reviewed for a 2017 Toyota Tundra — Apr 02, 2018 8:34 PM

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    Doesn't affect ride without load.

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    Reviewed by David B (ROGERS, AR) — Mar 06, 2018 12:46 PM

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    So much better than changing the coils. The Fab Four bumper & winch did not drop the front very much, but it made the front more bouncy. Tried the SumoSprings & am amazed

    2017 Tundra sumospring

    Reviewed by dwayne w (Sun City, CA) Reviewed for a 2017 Toyota Tundra — Feb 20, 2018 9:09 PM

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    Very easy to install on my Tundra. I have not loaded it so I cannot comment on how it works with a load. I do not notice any difference in how it rides. The spring sits about 1/2 inch from the frame with no load. Looks like a high quality product.

    Work great but took some work to install

    Reviewed by Lee R (El Paso, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado — Jan 10, 2018 8:23 PM

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    I put these on to fix clunking on the up travel of my cranked Silverado. They work amazing, my truck is quiet as a mouse now. But the gm engineers put tabs where the bumpstops are..took some work to get them in but I also didn't take off the wheel.. well worth it for sure. They help close the bumpstop gap on a tb cranked front end since they are an inch longer than stock