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Timbren Suspension Enhancement System - Rear Axle

Timbren Suspension Enhancement System - Rear Axle

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7,000-lb Capacity. These hollow rubber springs sit above the rear axle to help stabilize and level your vehicle. They also provide a more comfortable ride by absorbing road shock and improving roll stability. Easy to install and use. Lowest Prices for the best vehicle suspension from Timbren. Timbren Suspension Enhancement System - Rear Axle part number TFRTT1504E can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Timbren Vehicle Suspension - TFRTT1504E

  • Timbren
  • Jounce-Style Springs
  • Heavy Duty
  • Rear Axle Suspension Enhancement
  • Commercial

7,000-lb Capacity. These hollow rubber springs sit above the rear axle to help stabilize and level your vehicle. They also provide a more comfortable ride by absorbing road shock and improving roll stability. Easy to install and use.


Features:

  • Improves suspension, handling, and safety
  • Provides additional support as needed so you always have a smooth, comfortable ride
    • Allows the leaf spring ample movement while cushioning light loads
      • Rides just as smoothly when you're not hauling a load
    • Becomes more rigid as more weight is added for great performance when you're hauling a heavy load
      • Increases stability
      • Reduces vehicle sag
  • Works independently - side-to-side adjustment
    • Helps compensate for off-center loads
    • Reduces body roll when swerving and turning corners
  • Acts as shock absorber, taking the brunt of bumps and rough roads
    • Extends the life of your vehicle's suspension
  • Includes 2 Aeon hollow rubber springs, custom-fit brackets, and hardware for a simple installation
    • Installs directly onto frame
    • No drilling required


Specs:

  • Load-leveling capacity: 14,000 lbs
    • Timbren springs will not increase your vehicle's weight-carrying capacity. Do not exceed the manufacturer's recommended weight limit.
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Satisfaction guarantee


Reduced rear axle sag with Timbren suspension enhancement

Whether you're hauling heavy loads in your bed or cargo area or towing a trailer, you will often see the rear of your vehicle sag while the front end rises. In these cases, the rear axle is handling not only the weight of the cargo, but also more of the vehicle's weight. Because less weight is on the front axle, the front tires are making less contact with the road. Overall handling - traction, steering, and braking - is negatively affected. But the resistance from Timbren's Suspension Enhancement System works with your factory suspension to keep your vehicle level and improve your driving experience.


Diagram of the Timbren spring installed

The Timbren system comes with custom-fit brackets that are bolted onto each frame rail above your rear axle. Hollow rubber springs are bolted to the bottom of the bracket and hang down to where the bottom of the leaf spring sits, 1" above the axle. The inch of clearance allows the existing factory suspension to operate normally under light loads and standard terrain, ensuring the smooth, comfortable ride that you are used to.


Action of a standard Timbren rubber spring

Timbren Suspension Enhancement Systems are designed to work progressively. When the hollow rubber springs are compressed, the convoluted design causes them to quickly collapse along the folds. Once the folds are compacted, the stacked barrel shape increases resistance, stiffening the suspension and keeping your vehicle level.


Timbren suspension system works to prevent body roll

Each hollow rubber spring works independently to support the driver's-side or passenger's-side of your vehicle. This is helpful when you swerve or make sharp turns. Each spring is activated when it is needed, so body roll is greatly reduced. The independent action also works well when you are hauling off-center loads.


Trailer swaying as it is towed behind a truck

Because your vehicle handles better with the springs, less turbulence will be passed along to the trailer and this helps to keep the trailer in line. Your driving comfort is further enhanced if the trailer does begin to sway (from a gust of wind or a passing semi) because the movement from the trailer is not transferred to your vehicle. This also works to make the sway subside more quickly.


An empty truck on a bumpy road without Timbren SES

Another great feature of the rubber construction is that the springs absorb most of the road shock, creating a smoother, more stable ride overall. Wear and tear on the factory suspension is also lessened because the rubber springs work to prevent bottoming out on rough roads.


Timbren Suspension Enhancement Compared to the Competition

Timbren's Suspension Enhancement Systems are much easier to install than air springs - there are no air hoses to run, no compressors or gauges to hook up, and no manual adjustments to make. The rubber construction makes Timbren's springs more elastic than similar products constructed of microcellular urethane. And more elasticity allows for a more comfortable ride because the rubber has more travel.



FRTT1504E Timbren SES with Aeon Hollow Rubber Springs - Rear Axle



TFRTT1504E Installation InstructionsInstallation Details TFRTT1504E Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2015 - 2020 Ford F-150




Video of Timbren Suspension Enhancement System - Rear Axle

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System Installation - 2016 Ford F-150

Speaker 1: Today on our 2016 Ford F150, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Timbren rear suspension enhancement system, part number TFRTT1504E. Now the need for a suspension upgrade typically comes from hauling. You're going to have either something in the bed of the truck or a large trailer and it's causing sag in the back of the vehicle. We've got about 1,000 pounds worth of water here in the back of the truck. We measured this before adding the water and it was at about 40 inches. After adding the water, it's down to about 3 and 1/2 inches.

So what we're going to do is put the Timbrens on and we'll show how we can take the weight off of this rear suspension system and allow those to do a lot of the work for us.And when we've got out truck loaded down like this, we're causing the rear suspension to do a lot of work. That causes friction, heat, you know the system's going to heat up a little bit. And over time it's just going to fatigue. It's not going to work as well as it did before. By adding our suspension upgrade, we should be able to take a lot of that pressure off of that system, allowing our truck to drive and operate a lot like normal, even when we've got it loaded right up to it's safe load limit.Now we can see what a difference is made with that Timbren installed.

We've got the same load in the bed of the truck and we've reduced that amount of sag by about 50%. We've brought it up about two inches to kind of split the difference from unloaded to fully loaded like we've got it. Now what this does, is we talked about before. This really reduces all that strain that's going to be on that rear suspension. It helps to absorb it.

It's going to extend the life of our suspension, especially if we do a lot of towing. As a side effect to this, we've also brought the front end down a little bit. That puts more pressure on the front tires. We talked about returning to the factory characteristics earlier. And by adding the pressure back on those front tires, our steering is going to feel more like normal, our braking.

And also the suspension geometry is returned so we won't have to worry about abnormal tire wear.Now here's a look at what the Timbrens going to look like installed. As you can see, as compared to the original jounce bumper that gives you an idea of the size difference there. This was basically only used for extreme overload situations. So whenever this part of the axle, you'll see how that was contoured. Whenever that part of the axle got all the way up to about this point, that's when it started to make contact. So that was just an extreme situation. With our new Timbren, you can see we're going to have about an inch of a gap here, maybe an inch and a quarter. So as our suspension starts to sag, this is going to engage much more quickly and give us much more benefit.Now with our gap being so much smaller here, this allows for more engagement of that Timbren. Essentially that gives us a lot more load leveling capability. Where this was basically just when it was extremely overloaded. This is going to take pressure almost the whole time when we're towing. Now as we're traveling down the road under normal circumstances, a lot times they're not even going to engage. That little bit of a gap still allows for a nice comfortable ride. Then once we get that load on, that's when the y start doing the job.Now overall, the installation process is really straightforward. We've got our custom bracket here on the upper portion. Just a single a bolt into an already existing weld nut, where you remove your old jounce bumper. This is going to go right back in place. Then to give us a great flat spot rather than our Timbren coming down on the rounded top of the axle. We've got a nice flat perch that we're going to be able to put in there. It's going to allow it to really work very effectively.Now your upper and lower bracket, they're heavy duty steel. They've got the black powder coat finish on them. And we've got Aeon rubber springs. These are hollow. So they're designed to have a minimal impact initially. But as we compress these more and more, they become stiffer and stiffer. So as our loads go up, the stiffness of our spring is also going to go up.Now these springs have a 7,000 pound capacity each. That gives us a total of 14,000 pounds in load handling capability. One thing you really need to keep in mind though, this doesn't raise the capability or the weight rating of your truck. You need to abide by that. This is just going to allow us not to put so much of a load on the rear suspension and also return a lot of the handling characteristics that we would have typically had from the factory.Here's a look at our truck going through out test course with the load in the bed but with no suspension enhancement. As you can see, we've got a lot of movement up and down in this suspension here. Not only does this affect the up and down in the truck but also the body roll is affected as we go through our wider corners.Now as we go through our bumps without our Timbrens, you can see what force is generated up and down and all the strain that's being put on the suspension. After the Timbrens, with our load in, you can see they're already engaged. They're making contact and helping to support the rear of our truck. We're not going to have near the body roll going to side to side that we did before, because these are designed to work independently from one another.Here's a good look at our Timbrens installed, but with no load in the back of the truck. As you can see, they're not really going to engage at all under normal driving situations. They do make contact here and there just to help smooth out our ride.Now to begin your installation, you want to have your rear suspension hanging slightly. So you'll need to support it with some jack stands. We've gone off our our hitch here and then just allowed our wheels to come down a little bit. What you're looking for is just to get some space between your axle and your bump stop here, so you can work.On the passenger side, we're going to pull down the heat shield here for the spare tire. The spare tire's typically here. We've already taken that down. It'll allow you to see better, but also it kind of gives you more room. So it might be a good idea. Got three bolts, we've got one here, 13 millimeter head on it. And then there are two right above this rail.Once you've got the three of those out, going to rotate it down and out of the way. Now we'll be taking the jounce bumpers out of the way. Up inside here, we've got a 13 millimeter bolt. You're going to need a little bit of an extension. Get in there and we'll get it removed. Then we'll repeat the same process on our passenger side.Now for the driver's side, we're going to move the upper bracket that's marked left. We want to grab the shorter bolt, you're going to put a lock washer on there. It's going to go right up through like that. We're going to secure it right in the hole the jounce stop came out of. These two tabs will be on the inside edge of the frame. To tighten that down, you'll need a 16 millimeter wrench. Now we can repeat that same process over on the passenger side.Now we can assemble our spring and spacer block to our bracket. We're going to use the longer bolt, use the fender washer. It's usually easier just to guide the bolt up through one at a time, that out. Spacer on and then that threads right into that weld nut. Now we're going to use a 17 millimeter socket and we'll get this snugged down. Once we have this one snugged down, we'll do the same thing on our passenger side.Now we can take our Timbren stop. This is going to be mounted right above our axle. You'll see the tab, it kind of narrows down here. That's going to fit right in between the two U bolts in the spring. Just want to bring that around the axle. It's important that we stay behind the brake lines and their sensor wire there. Make sure we're clear and everything, so we can add the lower part of our clamp. Want it just like that. And on each side we're going to be putting on a flat washer and also a nylon lock nut.Now we can get this hardware snugged up. Want to tighten these down evenly. We use a 9/16 socket. Once we've got them snugged, we'll torque down to the specifications listed in our instructions. Now once we've got everything torqued down properly, we're ready to put our heat shield back in place and our spare tire, if you decided to remove them. And that'll complete our installation of the Timbren rear axle suspension enhancement, part number TFRTT1504E on our 2016 Ford F150.


Customer Reviews

Timbren Suspension Enhancement System - Rear Axle - TFRTT1504E

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (1927 Customer Reviews)

7,000-lb Capacity. These hollow rubber springs sit above the rear axle to help stabilize and level your vehicle. They also provide a more comfortable ride by absorbing road shock and improving roll stability. Easy to install and use.

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I will write a review as soon as they are installed. They came through as advertised the quality was above my expectation. I am looking forward to testing them with my boat in tow. 578110



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Timbren Suspension Enhancement System - Rear Axle Item # TFRTT1504E Just had a chance to install the Timbren. Went on a short drive with no load and have not hooked up the trailer yet. About an hour to install, the instructions where not very good but going on line etrailer site and followed the video. Very good product! 734943



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2017 Ford F-150

Product works as described. Handle the loads well not that hard a ride with my 27 foot trailer a tow 607158



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2016 Ford F-150

Great Product. Easy install 399499



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Ford Five Hundred

Functionally these Timbren Rubber Springs provide additional load capacity and reduce tipping while turning around corners on my F-150 as claimed; however, the set I purchased was overly stiff (I was only hauling 500 additional pounds). Timbren provided a replacement set with lower capacity which helped tremendously; however, it still rides slightly stiff. I wish Timbren or a competitor would provide these rubber springs in different durometers that provide 1000 lb increments to fine tune the suspension - reducing the over stiffness performance. 655944



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Installation was easy- did not require raising the truck as with correct socket extensions it’s doable. Would be nice if components had better paint adhesion. Also the u-bolts/brackets did not have any paint at all!! 572267



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2017 Ford F-150

This is the second time I purchase and install these, the first was for my 2013 F150 and now on my 2017 F150. I towed my 9600lb bumper pull RV with the new 2017 truck before i ordered this second set, just to see if i noticed the difference. I loved the last set but heck, life is about experiences right? Those of you who have these are laughing right now as you know what I'm going to say. HUGE difference, noticed the absence right away. Got home from that camping trip, straight on my computer to order this latest set. As far as I'm concerned this is the best $200 bucks you'll spend. You have extra cushion when it matters most and it doesn't affect your ride at all when you don't. They are very easily to install and you don't have all the extra equipment etc as with an airbag system. I'm not the kind of guy who works on his truck, I don't consider myself mechanical at all yet i didn't have any problems with the installation. The only "issue" i had was when attaching the stop bumper to the metal mount. The screw is just long enough so i could get the tension i needed to get it threaded (the head of the bolt would drop slightly within the socket). I was able to get it threaded by using my index finger to hold the bolt and my ring finger to turn it, just enough to get it started. After that I was fine. As i mentioned, I'm not mechanical so my tool options were limited. Just bring some patience with you and you'll be fine. The instructions are good. As long as I'll be towing a camper, I'll have a set of these on every truck I own. 400940



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I owned these for about a year and just recently switched to air bags instead. While the Timbren spring helped level the truck under load, there were other things that I was not satisfied with. One issue was the amount of distance the truck would drop until the Timbren would engage, I would have like to see them take affect sooner. I did not like the ride while empty. When hitting a decent size bump in the road the spring would slam into the stop causing for a very jolting ride. Also while under load and the Timbren was engaged, it made the truck extremely bouncy. Again it did stop the truck from further squatting under heavy load, but the other factors were what made me switch out for air bags, to which I have been very happy with. 565705



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I was surprised at how easy the OEM ones were to remove and how incredibly east the new ones were to install. I read the reviews and saw that there was more of a jolt when hitting potholes and rough roads. I believe the clearance between the plate and the buffer is about an inch. I have a 32 foot trailer I haul that holds a sub compact tractor, a mini hay baler, mower, rake and hay spears. I was concerned that the weight would damage the springs. So knowing the rougher ride when on bumpy roads, I felt it was the best option that was in my price range! That you so much!!!!! 628212



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2015 Ford F-150

Simple install and works very well on my 2015 F150 4x4. The truck feels way more solid while towing and you don't notice the Timbrens while the truck is unloaded unless on a really bumpy road. Overall great product for the price! 538585



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I purchased these to help with the poor rear suspension on a 2018 F150 while towing my 27’ camper. They will definitely stiffen up the rear end but in return they make the ride like an Abrams Tank. 663431



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Great product. Does a good job of leveling the truck when the 5er is hooked up. 662737



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Can make ride rough when empty. Do to loss of normal suspension room you hit the bump then you hit the new rubber suspension. With a load on it works very well. good directions and install. 590180



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2016 Ford F-150

Very easy install, had it unpackaged and on the truck in under an hour! Happy with the product. Simple and easy install. 542636



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Am happy with these. Install isn’t hard, and they work excellent for trailering heavy loads (10,000 lbs in my case with a half ton truck) 525095



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2017 Ford F-150

Customer service was great, helpful! Received the item as promised, very fast! Highly recommend e-trailer... 521144



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2016 Ford F-150

Just put it on this morning. Easy !Have on my 4wd 2016 f150 and is about 1 and half inches from the stop unloaded.Will know in a week what happens when I load my 34 ft travel trailer 503737


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Sure removes the squat when heavy load applied so it is simple and effective
Larry - 05/03/2019

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2017 Ford F-150

expected difficulty on instillation do to my age almost 70 , but found install and instructions supplied easy to understand took, a little longer than estimated but it turned out well. 501472


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Great products and price, and a great company that offers assistance when needed. I dont need to purchase automotive or trailering parts often but when i do your the first on my list. Never disappointed!!
Dennis - 04/27/2019

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2015 Ford F-150

I have a Ford 150 2015 with trailer package . I put the over loads on because I pull a 20 ft enclosed and a 20 ft open trailers wit Mustangs on . With the enclosed I found that there was a little sag in the rear of the pickup on long travels . Putting the overloads on were a 1 hour job didn't take any thing off the truck just jacked it up and put every thing on . Then found out it rode a little to ruff with out a trailer so I removed the small rubber donut and it rode great . 500030



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2018 Ford F-150

Recently purchased a 2018 Ford F150 and put these Timbrens on it just in case my boat causes it to sag a little. So far the suspension has not touched them but the truck is still new. They were a snap to install and etrailer, a pleasure as always. 483010



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Fast shipping thank you. 479842


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Thanks for following up! Still have them on and love them they work great no complaints here!
Mike - 02/28/2019

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Have not installed the product but soon. Very impressed with the quickness of arrival, 24 hours early. 470001



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Have not installed the product but soon. Very impressed with the quickness of arrival, 24 hours early. 469994



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2018 Ford F-150

I install these Timbren bags on a 2018 ford f 150 it was very easy . 465911



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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


Makes a huge difference in carrying heavy loads. I could tell an immediate difference when I had a full bed, gooseneck load, or a bumper pull load. Highly recommended. I considered air suspension, but did not want to tackle that installation. Literally can install this with a torque wrench and impact wrench. 725228


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