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SumoSprings Solo Custom Helper Springs - Front Axle

SumoSprings Solo Custom Helper Springs - Front Axle

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2,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your vehicle's front suspension with these maintenance-free helper springs. Sturdy microcellular urethane springs cushion bumps and help support a heavy load to level your ride and minimize sway. No-drill installation. Great Prices for the best vehicle suspension from SuperSprings Intl. SumoSprings Solo Custom Helper Springs - Front Axle part number SSF-201-47 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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SuperSprings Intl Vehicle Suspension - SSF-201-47

  • Jounce-Style Springs
  • Front Axle Suspension Enhancement
  • SuperSprings Intl
  • Standard Duty

2,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your vehicle's front suspension with these maintenance-free helper springs. Sturdy microcellular urethane springs cushion bumps and help support a heavy load to level your ride and minimize sway. No-drill installation.


Features:

  • Helper springs upgrade your vehicle's front suspension for improved driver control and comfort
    • Support heavy front-end loads to keep your vehicle level
    • Help to absorb bumps and shocks
    • Minimize sway
  • Progressive load control - springs compress according to the weight of your cargo
    • Lighter loads - springs compress easily at first for soft engagement and a less bumpy ride
    • Heavier loads - springs compress by as much as 80 percent for support
  • Springs work independently from each other to compensate for off-center loads and reduce body roll during sharp turns
  • Durable microcellular urethane
    • Works in temperatures from -25 F to 200 F
    • Resists damage caused by oils, road salts, and UV rays
  • Minimal lateral expansion - springs compress vertically instead of to the sides so they aren't easily damaged when operating in tight spaces
  • Maintenance-free - no tubing to run or air pressure to monitor like with air springs
  • Simple, no-drill installation
  • 2 Jounce-style springs included
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Weight capacity (at 50-percent compression): 2,000 lbs
    • SumoSprings will not increase your vehicle's weight-carrying capacity
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • 30-Day satisfaction guarantee


Front Suspension Support

A heavy front load, such as a snowplow or a winch, can cause front-end sag as your factory suspension compresses under the weight of the load. This means that the front axle is trying to support not only the extra load but also the weight of your vehicle. And because there is less weight on your rear axle, your rear tires make less contact with the road, which causes problems with traction, steering, and braking. SumoSprings upgrade your vehicle's factory suspension to level your vehicle, improve driving performance, and keep your ride comfortable.


Installed spring when it is not compressed

SumoSprings provide progressive load control - the more you load them, the stiffer they become. With a lighter load, the springs will compress easily for soft engagement and a less bumpy ride. The closed-cell urethane material allows for smooth contact between the springs and your vehicle. And the springs act like a shock absorber to dampen road vibration.


Installed spring when it is compressed

The springs can also compress by as much as 80 percent to support a heavy front load and to help your factory suspension bear up under the load. This evens out the weight, which levels your vehicle and ensures that your rear tires are making better contact with the road. A level ride means that you have improved driving control, ensures safe headlight aim, and helps to minimize sway. The springs also support your factory suspension, which helps prevent sagging and reduces bottoming out.


The springs work independently from one another to support each side of your vehicle. This action helps to reduce body roll when you make a sharp turn. This also helps compensate for an off-center load.


Durable, Custom-Fit Springs

These microcellular urethane springs are tough. They resist abrasion, oil, salt, and UV rays that can more quickly wear out other springs, and they perform well in temperatures ranging from -25 F to 200 F (-33 C to 93 C).


SumoSprings compress vertically with minimum expansion to the sides, so they won't be damaged by nearby mechanical parts and they fit safely into tighter spots. And unlike air springs, SumoSprings require no maintenance or adjustment.


The helper springs are custom designed to fit your vehicle, and they install easily - no drilling required.



SSF-201-47 SuperSprings Sumo Springs Solo Front Vehicle Suspension Kit

Replaces SSF-201

Installation Details SSF-201-47 Installation instructions

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SumoSprings Solo Custom Helper Springs - Front Axle - SSF-201-47

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (1705 Customer Reviews)

2,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your vehicle's front suspension with these maintenance-free helper springs. Sturdy microcellular urethane springs cushion bumps and help support a heavy load to level your ride and minimize sway. No-drill installation.

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2010 GMC Sierra

Installed these on my 2010 GMC 3500HD diesel, install was relatively easy, noticed handling improvement on the first corner pulling my 30' fifth wheel camper




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GMC

Just had PEP boys install (it was 22 degrees outside) both front and rear.

This review will be duplicated for the rear as well.
Excellent, been meaning to purchase and install on my 2007 GMC 2500HD Classic.
My pickup is now my weekend drive for the toy stores (Lowes, Home Depot...)

Immediate improvement on handling, turning and stopping. Have not connected a trailer to it yet.

Previous experience with Summo on 2005 E450 Shuttle Bus and a 2018 Thor Axis 25.5 RV.


Comments
Still kicking it...
Lowell H - 02/16/2021


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Chevrolet Silverado

The Sumospring bump stops were too thick to easily install on my Silverado 3500 classic 2wd . The supplied lock nuts and washer also difficult to install in the tite spot they are located in. It was much easier to reuse original nuts. The test ride was satisfactory. Time will tell on their durability.




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Easy to install and fit as it should. There is a alignment pin that sticks up on the flat surface and lines up with a hole in the bump stop bracket on my GM truck. It would be nice if this alignment pin was longer as it barely catches in the hole since it is so short.




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I think these work well , it has made the truck feel more stable when towing.




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


First off, these won't fix worn out suspension components, they are designed to improve ride quality by reducing sag/porpoising, especially on heavier vehicles.
Our 2010 Roadtrek 210P (75k miles) is a great rv but essentially a big heavy tub going down the road. Has the tendency to lean and wallow front to back. New shocks and all suspension is good, as mentioned make sure that stuff is all in good shape.
Pics show the oem stops vs the SS stops. Big difference - you may assume ride gets harsh but not the case. The oem stops were very tired and didn't do much. The preload on the new SS stops is just about perfect - any weight changes are very progressive which takes the harshness out of the ride. I didn't really see any change to ride height either.
Road manners are improved, there's a bit more resistance to lean, but the main difference is that the front end doesn't try to change height as readily with the back end.
Not a big deal to install. Youbdont need to pull the wheels, just turn them side to side to get to the stops. Pop out the old stops and clean the retaining cups with a wire brush and some brake clean. I used syl-glyde on the new stops to help get them into place. I also used a crowbar under the stop to push it into the cup while making sure the 4 tabs captured the top of the stop. Final step was to lower the van and give it a drive, then check to ensure the fit was good. The key here is to clean the cup first and use a bit of lube on the new stop.

Very pleased and I'll be installing SS on the back end soon. Yup, they're pricey but they are good quality with a limited lifetime warranty.


Comments
A year later, all is great. The SS on the front are solid performers, combined with an airlift airbag system on the rear and new coil springs on the front for a slight increase in ride height. Ride, stability and control are greatly improved.
Roadtrek - 01/05/2023


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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


I installed Sumo Springs on our 06 Xterra right after we bought our Casita 17' trailer. The back of the X squatted a bit more than I liked. I had also noticed before some tendency to bottom out if the car was full of people and stuff. These ingenious devices are a perfect solution for me! They are about 3/4" clear of being engaged with the axle when unloaded, so the ride is not overly affected, but progressively take up some of the weight when the back end starts coming down with load. It now sits very nicely with the trailer connected, no weight distributing hitch and stuff in the back, and no more bottoming. We've put a good number of miles on the X in the last year, towing and not towing, and they are still doing the job.

I should note, the back of my Xterra is lifted about an inch with AAL springs. If that were not the case, the Sumo Springs would be engaged all the time. That will vary with vehicle.

I will also note that they are non-adjustable, unlike airbags. I kinda like that, I didn't want to mess with adjusting air pressure and such. But once they do start kicking in as one or both wheels travel, they do stiffen it up quite a bit. I mean, there's no way around that; you can't take load without stiffening the suspension. As such I think they inhibit upward axle articulation a bit when 4-wheeling, but for us that's not a big deal. Since they do not connect to the axle, they don't affect downward articulation at all.

The pics are shortly after installation, one with the car unloaded, and two with trailer and gear loaded up.




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


Parts arrived on schedule. At first I thought that the parts did not fit my truck, so I called customer service and they immediately started to send me a return label and refund. It turned out that I was wrong, and the parts did fit. I called them back cancelled the refund action.
Great friendly service!
I also found that the price I paid was much cheaper than [online store]. I highly recommend etrailer!


Comments
The springs still work as they should. They are nice because they dont seem to affect the ride quality when the camper is not on the truck. Very happy with my purchase.
David B - 05/31/2022


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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


Very straight forward installation. Simple. very noticeable difference under load. Towing with the gooseneck also an improvement, looking forward to the longer road trip test. So far pleased with the product and results


Comments
after a year i could buy them again. great performance and no issues.
Richard J - 06/04/2022
My wife and I loved him on our trucks
-- comment by: Ben L - 07/26/2022


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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


I would have give it a 5star but the bolts are 1/4” I think it should be at least minimum of 3/8” or1/2” bolts to hold the sumo springs. I like them toed the camper handles very well. Wishi got these a long time ago worth getting. With out camper can tell that it’s there but rides ok. I wanted the same ride it not quite. I ask what the how high they are said 5” with bracket but it’s actually 6” with bracket see picture. I would recommend getting the sumo springs ssr-610-47.


Comments
They are working great in my 12 tundra still would recommend them. I tow 8000lbs camper handles great at times I probably wished I got the next step up but might be to hard when not towing. Will see next time I need to get some for next truck. Wish they have measurements to know how high they are from the lighter ones to the heavier ones.
Luc - 04/18/2022


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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


Seems very robust. Looking forward to towing the trailer in the spring! Relatively easy to install, but thanks to a little [online] search, I was able to install them more easily. The steps for installation did not call for any lubrication of the top of the spring in order to get it into place, but it definitely needed it. I took multiple attempts to try and install them without and they simply wouldn't slip into place. I used a little bit of Simple Green in order to provide the lubrication that they needed to slip into place. It worked on the first attempt. OE bump-stops included in the picture next to the new Sumo Springs.




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


I had Sumo helper springs installed on my Winnebago Sprinter RV both front and back. It made an amazing difference! It no longer felt like riding in a Conestoga wagon…swaying side to side and bouncing everything to the floor. The ride is now smooth. Driving was easier. Turns are suddenly level instead of feeling like I might turn over. I could not be happier with these products! And it only took 20 minutes to install all four!




by: 01/31/2021

Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


2015 Frontier Crew cab Desert Runner (purchased the yellow Sumo Springs). Easiest install ever! 18mm deep socket and long breaker bar for breaking nuts loose. Removed factory bumpstop, install sumo bracket and retighten U bolts to 58 foot pounds. After installing both brackets, lifted back of truck up 4 inches to install sumo spring with blue lock tight on bracket bolt, tighten sumo spring onto bracket and lowered truck off the jack. Overall it raised the back of my truck bed 1 inch. Ride is stiffer with no bed roll in the turns. Loaded my 24 foot travel trailer with load leveler- equalizer bars and gained 3 inches (less “squat”.) Truck is level now vs nose high (without the sumo springs). Definitely an upgrade that was needed in 2015 when I first bought the truck!!!


Comments
Yellow for the super heavy load and daily driving I have the black middle weight springs. Easy swap out when I need the yellow Heavy Duty.
Mike M - 02/01/2022


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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


Took all but 15 minutes each side to install. Haven't hooked up trailer yet, but looking forward to see how it handles.




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


I wish I installed these earlier on my Ram Promaster converted into a camper van, the improvement in stability, feel and peace of mind. No longer blown around in high wind, better towing for my boat, firmer feel just driving normal. Hard to describe all the benefits but for how reasonable they are priced and ease of installation certainly wish I had these day one when I bought the van. 100% will install these again on future vehicles and would definitely recommend this to any and everyone




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


I just finished installing the Sumo Springs to my 2020 Ram 3500. The install was super easy. Instruction were easy to follow and the whole thing took less time than I thought. I won’t know how they perform until I pull the 5er out of storage this spring, but I am ready. My only question and the reason for 4 stars instead of 5 was I thought they would sit closer to the axle than they did, may 2” from axle and I would have liked may 1” maybe I could have used another spacer and longer flat head screw to bring it closer but we will see when I put the weight on the truck. I included picks if someone wants to give me their opinion. So far I am really happy with them.


Comments
Fantastic, the Sumo’s are working as promised. Helps with sag, smooths out the ride and provides support from sway. I couldn’t be more happy. This year we will be adding Sumo’s to the 5er to help in the back, super excited about this upgrade.
Brian - 01/31/2022


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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


I gave the SumoSprings an initial rating of 4-stars because they do work as advertised. During the first thousand miles I've driven since installing them on my 2019 Toyota 4Runner, I have noticed they contact the rear axle much sooner than the OEM bumper stops which serves to quickly increase the suspension's resistance to any further downward motion of the truck's body - which not only dampens excessive rear end "dipping" on rough terrain, but also works well to prevent any appreciable rear end squatting from the tongue weight of my heavy 2-axle utility trailer.

I reduced my initial rating by one star because, while they centered on the mounting bracket holes in the same manner as the OEM bumper, I wasn't able to center the SumoSprings over the rear axle even after pushing them as far forward as the elongated bolt holes would allow.

Since the center of the SumoSpring pad (midway in the adjustment range of the elongated bolt holes) is in exact vertical alignment as the center of the OEM bumper, the only explanation would be that the 4Runner's coil-spring rear suspension has a slightly arced rear-axle "full travel" range as it rises upward from the lowest to highest position. If that "full travel arc" moves the axle to its rearmost position when the suspension is at full compression (where it contacts the OEM bumper), the "full travel arc" would then move the axle about 1/2" forward during the downward portion of the arc back to the normal ride position.

Therefore, since the surface of SumoSpring's long cushion pad is very close to the axle when it's in the normal ride position, that would explain why the SumoSpring at its farthest forward adjustment position is still about 1/4" to the rear of being centered on the axle(even though the SumoSpring in that position is now a bit further forward from vertical center of the OEM bumper).

However, since the rear axle's upward travel moves it slightly to the rear (and more toward center-mass of the SumoSpring's cushion pad), perhaps it won't suffer any premature deterioration or failure - but only time will tell about the SumoSpring's durability and longevity.


Comments
Thank you for the detailed feedback. When the SumoSpring is installed you will want to position the bracket so that it is offset outboard towards the wheel. This product does have a limited lifetime warranty against defects.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 10/27/2021
After 70,000+ miles of both highway and off-road driving with and without a trailer in tow, I am upgrading my original rating to 5-stars because the bluemedium SumoSprings have performed exactly as advertised and show no signs of degradation in either wear, appearance, structural integrity or any noticeable deformation after being hammered unmercifully by the tongue-weight of the trailer I frequently tow along with the “moonscape” off-road terrain and even worse conditions of the roads I usually travel . Even though the SumoSprings still lacked ¼” from being perfectly centered on my 2019 4-Runner’s rear axle housing after installing them as far forward as their elongated slots would allow, my assessment of the suspension’s compression arc moving the third-member a bit to the rear on its upward swing proved to be true since the “shiny spots” of the contact points on the rear axle housing are well-centered. Unlike a Jeep Wrangler with an extremely stiff “hay-wagon” ride and having “no butt” or cargo space that protrudes more than a few inches past its rear wheels to strike the ground after traversing a sharp terrain -off, the largerlonger 4-Runner with a more comfortable ride has a lot of rear body protruding past its rear wheels – especially with a trailer hitch draw-bar attached. The 4-Runner’s hard-rubber OEM bumper stops allowed almost 5-inches of upward rear suspension travel before “bottoming out” which occasionally caused the underhung spare tire or hitch drawbar to contact the ground in extreme off-road terrain -offs or sudden roadway dips when towing a loaded trailer. However, the SumoSprings worked magic because there was only ½” clearance between them and the rear axle housing under normal conditions, and the rear axle housing gently touched the SumoSprings when the trailer was hooked up – which almost completely eliminated rear-end squat on a sharp off-road -off or sudden roadway dip without making the 4-Runner ride like a hay-wagon, farm tractor, 1950 International pickup with overload springs, Jeep Wrangler, etc. in the process. After another 250,000 miles or so, I’ll put SumoSprings on my next 4-Runner – good show guys!!!
Brent - 10/22/2022


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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


They help. My 2016 F250 feels more stable towing my 8500 pound travel trailer along with the EZ lift springs, plus Bilstein shocks.
A good combination upgrade I can afford and install myself in my driveway.




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


I installed these myself on a 2020 F150 XLT 4x4 in half an hour. There was no need for a jack or jack stands because the ride height of the stock suspension allowed just enough room. As you can see in the photos, the assembly is about 9” tall, the same distance between the frame and the axle. The ride height remained the same as before using the 1” spacer! The instructions did fail to mention that a 15mm socket is needed to tighten the new hardware.

I do have a concern about the shape of the spring at the axle being unlike the oem bump stop. Why couldn’t the spring have the same contour so that deflection would be minimized? I say this because of the very close proximity of the brake lines and wiring harness to the helper spring, especially on the driver’s side. It would be interesting to film the movement of the helper spring as this vehicle is driven over rough roads to see just how close it comes to the brake lines. I’m not completely satisfied in the design, so we’ll see how this goes.




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


The SumoSprings Helper springs have too much clearance between the spring and the axle. Probably because I have helper springs on the rear axle which raises the Sprinter somewhat.




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


Made towing TT with my Toyota Tundra much better. My camper has a tongue weight over 900 pounds. Made bridge crossing and overpasses much smoother.




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


The massive ride feel improvement, I have a topper and drawers in the rear of my Tacoma. With the SumoSprings and medium-duty Old Man Emu leaf springs, the truck does not feel any hint of bucking or kicking anymore.




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


We pull an off-road teardrop camper with our 2013 Toyota Tacoma and were looking for a little help with the rear end sag when we have that hitched plus putting some weight in the back of the truck (firewood, water, etc). Our Tacoma is lifted (2.5") but the lift kept the stock springs with an added Deaver leaf to help with the notoriously soft Toyota springs. However, with the shell and ~300 pounds of weight in the back, it still sagged, especially with another 250 lbs of tongue weight from the trailer. The Sumos have eliminated that sag, even with bigger loads in the bed, eliminated body roll (also notoriously bad with Tacomas) and didn't destroy the ride for day to day driving. There might be a slight bit more stiffness when hitting speed bumps, but definitely not bad at all. If anything, I would say it IMPROVED the ride and handling.

The springs themselves were simple to install, less than half an hour start to finish. Some reviews have said they were bumping the frame after installing but we had about 1/2" gap on both sides. The only "specialty" tool would be a torque wrench capable of 90 lbs to get it to spec.

We considered Firestone air bags but after talking with the reps at e-trailer, we decided on these and couldn't be happier. Reasonably priced (half the price of air bags), no maintenance, great customer service...can't argue with anything at all.


Comments
One year and working better than I imagined it would. Carrying loads in my Tacoma is no longer an exercise in fear and my shocks are way happier happier with a little help!
Barry - 08/07/2021


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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


After about a year of installing Sumo springs on my 2002 Tundra, I am still quite pleased. I have driven about 15K miles with them in and while pulling a 2 axle travel trailer with about 600 pounds of tongue weight with weight distributing hitch plus another 500+ pounds of stuff in the back of the truck. Much improved ride and handling. Cheap money well spent.




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Review from a similar SumoSprings Solo in Vehicle Suspension


The sumo springs have been a very good addition to my Toyota Tacoma DCLB. I added a leaf and changed the shocks at the same time I added the sumo and the truck rides about a half inch above the sumo. I definitely can feel the sumo kick in when I compress the rear on bumps etc. non loaded. It’s not a bad thing but I don’t get the same travel but I also don’t slam on the bump stop. With that said, both driving with a loaded up truck and trailering has been much better than before. I can definitely tell the sumo doing its job. I towed a 4000lb boat the other day and the truck behaved perfectly.



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