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Roadmaster Active Suspension Custom Leaf Spring Enhancement Kit - Heavy Duty

Roadmaster Active Suspension Custom Leaf Spring Enhancement Kit - Heavy Duty

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1992 GMC C/K Series Pickup - Roadmaster Active Suspension Custom Leaf Spring Enhancement Kit - Heavy Duty

  • RAS
  • Leaf Springs
  • Heavy Duty
  • Rear Axle Suspension Enhancement
  • Constant Load

3,000-lb Capacity. Convert your GMC C/K Series Pickup's leaf springs into a mechanically active suspension system. RAS adjusts to your load to level your ride. The system also increases stability, handling, and control by improving traction and reducing sway.


  • Heavy-duty custom kit converts your vehicle's factory leaf springs into a mechanically active suspension system
    • Actively strengthens leaf springs for improved ride quality with or without a load
  • All-in-one suspension system improves stability, handling, and control
    • Eliminates axle wrap, wheel hop, and bottoming out
    • Reduces dangerous sway and body roll while cornering
    • Keeps your ride level when towing or hauling a heavy load
    • Improves traction while breaking and accelerating
  • Variable-rated coil tension springs automatically adjust to your vehicle's load
    • Activate immediately to support the extra weight
    • Disengage when unloaded, allowing your leaf springs to perform as intended
  • Customizable coil springs can be adjusted during installation to accommodate your towing or hauling needs
    • Independently adjustable for side-to-side leveling of off-center loads
  • Helps extend the life of leaf springs, shock absorbers, shackles, and even tires
  • Durable, epoxy e-coated steel construction
    • Corrosion-resistant brackets on the ends of each unit have a salt spray rating of more than 800 hours
  • Easy, bolt-on installation - no drilling, cutting, or welding required
    • Unit secures under the leaf spring and around the factory U-bolts
    • Fully assembled kit and hardware are included
  • Maintenance-free - adjustments and monitoring aren't needed once installed
  • Made in the USA


  • Weight capacity: 3,000 lbs
    • Roadmaster Active Suspension will not increase your vehicle's weight-carrying capacity
  • 2-Year warranty
  • 30-Day money-back guarantee

All-In-One Suspension System

When towing or hauling a heavy load, you may encounter a number of problems that can make your driving experience difficult or dangerous, such as sway, body roll, or bottoming out. When your vehicle is weighted down, your factory leaf springs can't counteract these problems to the extent that they are supposed to. The weight will overpower the leaf springs and cause them to twist or flatten out. When that happens, they cannot support, level, or stabilize your vehicle effectively. Additionally, because your factory leaf springs are passive, they won't begin to tackle problems such as sway until those problems have already started.

Diagram of RAS Installed

Roadmaster Active Suspension (RAS) kits enhance those passive leaf springs by converting them into a mechanically active, all-in-one suspension system. RAS kits have variable-rated coil tension springs that automatically adjust to your heavy load. Other suspension systems only solve a few problems and usually at the expense of other improvements your factory leaf springs may need. RAS, on the other hand, is a unique kit that provides everything you want in a suspension system without any trade-offs. It eliminates bottoming out like air springs, reduces sway and body roll like sway bars, keeps your ride level like helper springs, and improves traction and braking control like traction bars. This improves your vehicle's stability, handling, and control while you are towing or hauling, as well as when your vehicle is unloaded. RAS also makes your overall driving and towing experience safer and more comfortable, which greatly lessens driver fatigue.

How RAS Works

Close-Up of RAS Tension Spring

Each RAS unit has a powerful variable-rated coil tension spring that converts your passive leaf spring into a mechanically-active system. Once your vehicle is loaded, the tension springs immediately activate to absorb and support the weight. This allows your leaf springs to maintain their bowed position and keeps them from flattening out or flipping over, which greatly hinders their ability to bear a heavy load. The tension springs are variable-rated, which means that the heavier your load is, the more assistance they provide to your leaf springs. Because of this design, RAS reacts instantaneously, whereas hydraulics, air springs, and other suspension systems take time to react. And unlike your factory leaf springs, RAS stops sway and sag before they even start to happen. Additionally, when your vehicle is unloaded, the tension springs disengage, allowing your leaf springs to perform as intended without hardening your ride. RAS won't hinder your leaf springs' movement, nor will it cause any friction between any of the brackets.

Eliminates Axle Wrap and Wheel Hop

RAS Eliminates Axle Wrap

When under a heavy load, leaf springs are especially susceptible to axle wrap, which can cause wheel hop. Wheel hop is when the tires lose their grip on the road, causing a jarring, up-and-down movement. Axle wrap occurs when the circular motion of the tires cause the leaf springs to twist or rotate. If the leaf springs twist far enough, wheel hop can occur. RAS stabilizes your leaf springs by absorbing the force of the load they're trying to support. This eliminates axle wrap and wheel hop, as well as prevents your vehicle from bottoming out. Because of this, less strain is put on your vehicle. And by reducing some of this wear and tear, RAS helps extend the life of your leaf springs, shock absorbers, shackles, and even tires.

Reduces Sway and Body Roll

RAS eliminates sway and body roll

When driving along a curve while towing or hauling a heavy load, the back end of your vehicle or trailer can start to shift with that weight. If your factory leaf springs have flattened or twisted under this load, they won't be able to prevent it from shifting. Because of this, your trailer will sway away from your vehicle. This makes driving challenging and dangerous, as it increases the risk of body roll, which is when your vehicle drastically leans to one side. This can often cause you to completely lose control of your vehicle. Body roll is especially prevalent with multi-passenger vans and vehicles towing long campers, trailers, or boats. RAS provides a much safer ride by reinforcing your factory leaf springs and stabilizing your load. This helps prevent sway from occurring and reduces the chance of body roll while cornering, turning, and swerving. RAS also lessens the rocking motion that happens during windy conditions or when a semi passes by on the road.

Levels Your Ride and Improves Traction

RAS Levels Your Ride

When your vehicle is overloaded, the bulk of the weight transfers to the rear axle. Your factory leaf springs then become overwhelmed by this weight, as they are not strong enough to support it. This causes the back end of your vehicle to sag and the front end to rise, which means that the front tires have lost some of the grip they need with the road. In addition to loss of traction, it can also cause poor headlight aim, unintentional swerving, and an extremely bumpy and uncomfortable ride. RAS bolsters your factory leaf springs and enables them to provide support for your load without compromising ride quality or comfort. This keeps your ride level from front to back whether you are hauling a load in the bed or towing a boat, trailer, or camper. RAS also ensures that your tires have the traction they require while braking and accelerating, which improves the overall driving experience.

Customizable Coil Tension Springs

Adjusting Spring With Spacer

RAS is also customizable. During installation, the coil tension springs can be adjusted to 2 different tension settings or anywhere in between for improved road handling and support. To do this, rotate the springs while keeping the threaded rod still. As you turn the spring, use one of the 2 included spacers as a gauge to measure the widening gaps between the coils. In order for the RAS units to work as intended, you must tension the coils to a minimum of 25 percent with the 1mm white spacer and no more than 40 percent with the 2mm spacer. The springs can also be independently adjusted to compensate for off-center loads such as a handicap lift.

Easy, Bolt-On Installation

RAS Once Installed

This custom-fit kit comes fully assembled and is easy to install. Each RAS unit simply bolts onto your factory leaf spring with the included hardware, and drilling, welding, and cutting aren't required. First, position the eye hook bracket so that it wraps around the top of the factory leaf spring eye. Then the axle bracket secures under the leaf spring and around the factory U-bolts on the other side of the leaf spring pack. Once the maintenance-free RAS units are fully installed, you won't need to monitor them as you would with air springs.

Corrosion-Resistant Steel Construction

RAS Construction Close-Up

RAS is extremely durable and corrosion-resistant. The units are constructed of high-grade alloy steel, and they have an epoxy e-coat on the coil springs to provide extreme corrosion resistance. The brackets on the ends of each unit resist the effects of water and other elements, and they have a salt spray rating of more than 800 hours.

3611-HD RAS Custom HD Active Suspension System for OEM Leaf Springs - Rear Axle

RAS3611-HD Installation InstructionsInstallation Details RAS3611-HD Installation instructions

Video of Roadmaster Active Suspension Custom Leaf Spring Enhancement Kit - Heavy Duty

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Video Transcript for Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit Review

Today, we're going to take a look at the Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit, part number RAS3611. The Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit is going to help to convert our basic leaf spring kit into a mechanically active suspension. This is going to provide great assist for vehicles with the rear leaf springs without compromising any of their ride quality. It's going to help to eliminate any of the bottoming out or axle wrap that we can sometimes get, which is going to lead to great improvements and road handling. It helps to reduce the sway and the body roll that we often we get during cornering. The Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit works with or without a load. It's going to absorb and dissipate any load force that we might have when our vehicle is loaded, and whether it's loaded or unloaded, we're going to have improved vehicle stability, handling, traction, and control.

Now, when we receive our suspension kit, it's all going to be preassembled, really easy straight forward installation. We've got both sides here. We're going to have our instructions, our warranty registration, and even our spacers so we can fine tune the system. The thinner one, that's going to give us a 25% improvement. The thicker one, that's a 40% improvement. Now, the system itself is going to have a few main components.

We've got our eye-loop strap. We've got our main spring here in the center. This does all the work, and then, we've got our axle brackets here where they'll mount onto the truck. Like I said, really simple installation. We're only going to have to take care of getting one bolt to install it on the vehicle.

Then, we can make our adjustments on our spring. Now, our eyehook, our spring, and our brackets are full epoxy-coated. This is going to offer us up to $800 of salt spray protection. Even if we're using them up North or here in the Midwest, we're not going to have to deal with a whole lot of rust and corrosion. The threaded rod, all of our moving points here, and our bolts are going to have spacers that are fully treated as well, again to help prevent rust, and then, we're going to have some high-quality fasteners here to use as jam nuts to get it all locked into place once we've got it where we want it positionwise. Here on our eyehook, you can see we've got our articulating ball/socket setup. The same thing here on the other side, a rotating bar setup here.

This is going to allow both of our leaf springs full maneuverability, so we'll never have any of those binding situations to where it's kind of bound up or our spring gets caught, anything like that. The axle brackets themselves are fully adjustable to fit a wide variety of vehicles. You want to use whichever one most closely matches your setup. To start our install, we need to take the tires off each side of the vehicle. The way we want to set it up is we want the tires to be up off the ground but we want it to be supported or resting on jack stands. You can use those on each side of the axle and also in the middle on your center differential, they'll instruct you to use a jack. Just follow the instructions, they're going to tell you exactly how to get it set up so you can do the work. Then, we want to take the center caps, each wheel is going to be a little bit different. It might look just like this, it might have a center cover, or whatever, but remove both rear wheels once you got your truck properly set. For installation, we're going to grab the spring pack so that when our hook is oriented toward the back that our main bolt comes into the top part of the bracket. You see there Then, we want our hook to go right around our eye on the back of the spring there. We'll grab a couple of either 3/4" ratchets or 19mm and let's take our bolt out that's here on the end. It holds our spacer into place. Take that on out. Now, what we want to do is get one of our 5 holes so that we can have our bolt and spacer here behind the U-bolt block. To extend this length, what we need to do is hold on to the threaded rod while we turn our spring toward us. Then, we can bring our bolt back in and we go through the arm on our bracket, and of course we want to put our spacer on there. Then, we'll add on our nylon locking nut. You want to be careful if you've got any sensors or any wires or anything like that, that we don't have it pinched in behind there. Then, we're ready to tighten down our bolt. Now, we're not going to tighten our bracket down so much as to where it actually sandwiches our U-bolt here. What we're looking for is to tighten it down enough to capture our spacer so it won't move. That's going to be oriented right there just underneath our spring and all the way back against that block. Then, we'll take the slack out of the system by doing the opposite of what we did to extend it. Now, we want to take another look at our eyehook here. We want that to be centered on the spring pack. Then, we'll feel our spring actually get tight while we're turning it. Right there, it's starting to tension up a little bit. Now you see everything is locked into place and it won't be moving. Now, it's time to make our adjustment. While holding the nut that's located here at the end of our threaded rod, we'll need a 22mm ratchet. We can come to the other end with our 12mm and start tightening our spring. As we turn our small nut or bolt located here on the end, we'll start to see the gaps in our springs increasing. Periodically, we're going to want to take our disc and check. These discs, white as we said is a 25% increase, the black is a 40% increase, and they should barely pass through those rings. As you see right now, they're not and we need to keep going with it. Here you can see our spacer just barely passing through there, so we know we've got it set properly. If we're looking for extra performance out of the system, we can switch from the 1mm up to the 2mm, and we want to follow that same process. Now, we'll head over to the driver side and repeat that same exact process. Now, we'll get our tires put back on here and torqued down to specification, and then, we'll go ahead test out that system and see how it worked. Now that we've seen how it works, how it can help us, and how to install it, that's going to complete today's look at the Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit, part number RAS3611.


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  • Rear Suspension Helper Springs for a 2018 GMC Sierra 2500 Towing a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Hello, I will be happy to help you select some helper springs to improve the ride and level out the truck when you are towing. Timbren springs are an easy install but they will make the ride stiffer when you are not towing. The similar SumoSprings Solo # SSR-207-47 will also level out the truck but will not be as stiff when not towing compared to the Timbren springs. Another option to consider is Roadmaster Active Suspension # RAS3611-HD. Installation is easy with this kit as...
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  • Will the Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit Part # RAS3611 Increase Payload Capacity
  • No, the Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit part # RAS3611 will not increase either the payload or towing capacity of your 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 as with all of our suspension enhancements. They will work to help take some of the stress off your existing components by stiffening the leaf springs. This will in turn help to improve handling, stability, and vehicle sag. The above kit has a weight capacity of 2,000 lbs which in the case of your 5th wheel trailer would be pin weight....
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  • Suspension Enhancement Kit Recommendation for 2016 GMC Sierra 3500 Towing Fifth Wheel Trailer
  • The Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit part # RAS3611 would be a great suspension enhancement setup for your 2016 GMC Sierra 3500. You would not need air bags on top of these. Since these will give you the additional support you need the air bags would be redundant.
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  • Will the Roadmaster Active Suspension Work on a 2017 GMC Sierra 3500 with Overload Leaf Springs
  • The extra leaf springs you are referring to are called overload leaf springs. The Roadmaster Active Suspension Custom Leaf Spring Enhancement Kit part # RAS3611-HD will not work with overload leaf springs but the Roadmaster Active Suspension Custom Leaf Spring Enhancement Kit part # RAS3611-CHD will as it is designed specifically for this purpose. I have attached a review video for you.
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  • Can Gooseneck Hitch Be Installed on a 1995 F-350 7.3 Dually with Air Lift Air Bags Installed
  • No, the Air Lift frame brackets are in the location on the truck frame that the gooseneck hitch frame brackets need. This is going to be the case for any of the gooseneck trailer hitches for your 1995 Ford F-350. You could replace the air bags with a different helper spring system. If the truck does NOT have top overload springs you can use Roadmaster Active Suspension # RAS3611-HD. For a similar option you could use SuperSprings # SSA22 which will work with or without top overload springs. You...
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  • RAS3611-HD for 2017 Nissan Titan XD Trim Level S
  • I would not recommend the part # RAS3611-HD for your 2017 Nissan Titan XD. This kit is designed for heavier duty vehicles so it would make your suspension harsh. The part # RAS3611 is the correct kit you'd want. It will give you the suspension support you want and won't make the ride harsh. The roller does have to be permanently removed though. I attached a picture that shows that step of the instructions for this kit. The roller has to be removed so that the spring of the RAS can lay...
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  • Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit Recommendation for 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500HD
  • For your 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500HD we have the Roadmaster Active Suspension kit part # RAS3611-HD as a confirmed fit. This will give you an additional 3,000 lb of suspension support which will greatly reduce the sag you are still seeing.
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  • Will Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit Increase Hitch Capacity of 2009 Ford F-250
  • The Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit # RAS3611-HD referenced in your question is confirmed to fit your 2009 Ford F-250, as long as it does not have the factory top overload springs. This heavy-duty kit will do a much better job of supporting the truck's capacity compared to the factory suspension, but it will not actually increase the hitch/tongue weight capacity of your F-250. This is the case with any aftermarket suspension enhancement system. Generally speaking, no aftermarket products...
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  • Will the Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit Fit a Lifted 2005 Ford Excursion 4x4
  • The Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit will work on a lifted vehicle as long as the factory leaf springs have remained intact and unmodified. There are few lift kits that would prevent this system from being able to be used. However, part # RAS3611-HD is not a confirmed fit for your 2005 Ford Excursion 4x4. Instead, you will want to use part # RAS3621 which is a confirmed fit and would work well for you.
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  • Will Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit Reduce Sag in 2017 GMC Sierra 2500?
  • Though there is not a specific number I can offer, what I can tell you is that the Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit # RAS3611-HD is designed to level your 2017 GMC Sierra 2500 under a maximum 3,000 lb load. So what will happen is you will no longer experience the 1" of sag you said you were encountering, though your trailer will ride an inch higher in front. This is going to be true regardless of the suspension enhancement though there may be a solution. If you haven't already, unbolt...
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  • Can Roadmaster Active Suspension Be Used on Front Leaf Springs on Vehicles that Have Them
  • I spoke with my contact over at Roadmaster Active Suspension. He said not to use it on front leaf springs because there are so many other moving parts at the front end and they do not test them or rate them for use at the front. If your truck is 4-wheel drive there is another option for adjustable suspension enhancement. You could use Firestone air bags # F2223. It also costs less that the active suspension system.
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  • Recommended Roadmaster Active Suspension for 2017 Chevy 2500HD Diesel Towing 13,000 Pound Trailer
  • The 2,000 pound standard RAS for your 2017 Silverado 2500, part # RAS3611, is going to be enough to help you tow your 13,000 pound Keystone. If you're only towing the trailer a few times a year this is the route I would go. If you're towing a lot more often then that the HD system, part # RAS3611-HD, is the way to go.
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  • How to Tell if 2015 Ford F-250 Has Overload Springs for Selecting Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit
  • Look at the rear leaf springs of your 2015 Ford F-250. You should see a bundle of metal springs held together with a metal band. If you see a spring on top of this that looks separate and angles up to make contact with a bracket on the frame that means you have the overload spring and would want part # RAS3611-SLHD. If not then you would need the part # RAS3611-HD instead.
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  • Could Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit be Used on 2000 Ford F-150 with Add a Leaf to Rear Springs
  • The Roadmaster Active Suspension # RAS4612 hasn't been tested on your 2000 Ford F-150 with added leafs to the rear suspension. There's a chance it might work, but there's also a large chance you'd have to remove the added leafs to be able to install this. This would give more support than the added leafs anyway so either way this will be a good solution for you. Otherwise you can keep the suspension the way it is and use a Timbren kit part # TFR1525HD which is a confirmed fit and will...
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  • Recommended Suspension Enhancement System For 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500 With Future Lift
  • On your 2016 Chevy 2500 Duramax Crew Cab Standard Box, the Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit # RAS3611-HD will be a great addition. It will work on your truck even if it doesn't have the factory overload spring. This kit will have a 3,000 lb capacity which means it will function correctly up to that weight capacity, but it does not increase the weight carrying capacity of your factory suspension system. It has a patented design that eliminates bottoming out, axle wrap, wheel hop, and...
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  • Will Roadmaster Active Suspension Raise the Height of a 2000 Ford F-250
  • Installation of the Roadmaster Active Suspension system # RAS3611-HD will not increase the unloaded ride height of your 2000 Ford F-250. When loaded if the truck were to normally squat the RAS will prevent that from happening.
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  • Rear Suspension Enhancement for 1997 Ford F-350 Powerstroke Towing 50-ft Gooseneck Trailer
  • It can be tough to tow a goose neck (or 5th wheel) trailer with a lifted truck because you can lose clearance between the bed rails and the trailer nose. Your included photo (thank you) suggests that you have perhaps 3-inches of clearance between the tops of the bed rails and the bottom of the trailer's nose, which is a little less than what we recommend. The linked diagram shows the usual recommended minimum clearance for trailers. But if you have had no clearance issues and simply...
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  • Will a Suspension Enhancement System fit a 2015 Chevy 2500 HD long bed crew cab with 6" of Lift
  • I did contact Roadmaster and the Active Suspension Custom Leaf Spring Enhancement Kit # RAS3611-HD is confirmed to fit and does not require additional parts to install. These suspension enhancement systems are designed to fit stock vehicles, without any aftermarket suspension modifications. Regarding lifted trucks, an issue may arise if the lift block is fabricated in an odd shape that interferes with their axle connecting brackets that are part of the kit. Another scenario that's...
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  • Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit for 2002 Ford F-250/350
  • The correct Roadmaster Active Suspension Custom Leaf Spring Enhancement Kit for your 2002 Ford F-250/350 is the part # RAS3611 for the Standard Duty or # RAS3611-HD for Heavy Duty, which offers an extra 1,000 pounds of capacity. I don't believe there is a part number stamped onto these units so what you can do is compare the used set you're looking at with the images we have of these on the product pages or even send me a picture directly and I can try to verify. If you want to be safe...
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  • Should Timbren Kit Install with Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit on 2017 Chevy Silverado 2500
  • Normally if you are going to be near the towing capacity of your 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 a set of Timbrens will be highly recommended for such a long trip. But since you already have the Roadmaster Active System # RAS3611-HD you really would be fine. This kit is adjustable and can give you up to 3,000 lbs of suspension support. If you were in a situation where you needed more support than that you'd be overloading your truck. So long story are good as-is and the RAS...
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