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Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System

Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System

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3,000-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 Rear Suspension Enhancement System part number TGMRC20 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Timbren Vehicle Suspension - TGMRC20

  • Jounce-Style Springs
  • Rear Axle Suspension Enhancement
  • Timbren
  • Standard Duty

3,000-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
      • Does not affect the empty ride of the vehicle
    • Becomes more rigid as more weight is added
      • Increases stability - providing great performance while hauling heavy loads
      • Reduces vehicle sag
  • Works independently - side-to-side
    • Helps compensate for off-center loads
    • Reduces body roll when swerving and turning corners
  • Acts as shock absorbers, taking the brunt of bumps and rough roads
    • Extends the life of your vehicle's suspension


Specs:

  • Includes 2 Aeon hollow rubber springs, vehicle-specific brackets and hardware for simple installation
    • Replaces axle bump stops on frame
    • No drilling required
  • Capacity: 3,000 lbs
    • Do not exceed the vehicle's weight-carrying capacity
  • Designed to work with a suspension system that is in good working order
  • Limited lifetime warranty - satisfaction guarantee


An example of sag on a truck's rear axle under a heavy load. The Timbren Suspension Enhancement System levels the vehicle.

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


Diagram of the Timbren spring installed

The Timbren system has a vehicle-specific bracket that will be bolted onto each frame rail above the rear axle. Hollow rubber springs are bolted to the bottom of the bracket and hang down to where the bottom of the spring sits one inch 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 you are used to.


Animation 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 provides increased resistance, stiffening the suspension and keeping the vehicle level.


Timbren suspension system works to prevent body roll

Each hollow rubber spring works independently to support the driver's or passenger's side of the 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 hauling off-center loads.


An example of a trailers swaying

Because the vehicle handles better with the springs, less turbulence will be passed along to the trailer helping 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 passing of a semi) because the movement from the trailer is not transferred to the vehicle. This also works to make the sway subside quicker.


An empty truck on a bumpy road without Timbren

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 as the rubber springs work to prevent bottoming out on rough roads.


Compared to the competition:

Timbren's suspension enhancement systems are much easier to install than air springs - no air hoses are needed to be run, no compressors or gauges to hook up, and no manual adjustments necessary. The rubber construction causes Timbren's springs to be more elastic than similar products constructed of micro-cellular urethane. More elasticity allows for a more comfortable ride because the rubber has more travel.



GMRC20 - Rear Suspension Enhancement System with Aeon Hollow Rubber Springs by Timbren

Installation Details TGMRC20 Installation instructions

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Video of Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System

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




Video Transcript for Timbren Front and Rear Suspension Enhancement Systems Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the Timbren line of suspension enhancement systems. Any time that we add weight to our vehicle, it's going to put a lot of strain and stress on the suspension, especially if we're towing a heavy camper, trailer, or we have a heavy load in the back.Tends to have the back end squat down, which again, it's going to put that strain and stress on the rear suspension because not only are we asking it to hold up the weight of the vehicle, but everything else that we add on to it. Which that can arise a lot of different issues. The front end is going to be getting pulled off, which will misalign our headlights, and our tires won't have as much contact, so our steering and braking is going to be diminished.But tat;s where timbrens are going to come into play. They're going to provide us that extra support so that when we do have those heavy loads, the back end doesn't sag down quite as much, and it's not putting so much stress on the back end. By doing that, the front end's not going to rise up, which means our headlights will be in line and our tires will have the correct amount of contact and pressure, so our braking and steering isn't affected.

And they're going to do that all while making our ride more comfortable with that extra load.Our timbrens are going to provide us the support we need by replacing our factory jump stops and mounting in between the frame and the axle. Now, yours may look different, so you want to double check inaudible 00:01:20 fit guide for your specific application.Now, each one of our timbrens is going to feature a steel bracket. They're all going to have black, powder coat finish on them to resist that rust and corrosion or any other kind of chemicals that may be on the road. They're going to have a hollow, rubber ayon 00:01:36 spring that's going to take a lot of that pressure and strain off of the rear suspension.Whenever we do load our vehicle down, the space between our frame and our axle is going to get smaller. That's where our spring is going to make contact with the axle, and it's going to start compressing.

Now, they are progressively rated, so if we have a small load or a light load, it's going to have a little soft engagement. But the further it gets compressed, the harder and stiffer it becomes, giving us the support we need with those heavy loads.And since they are rubber, they're going to have a lot of give to them, which means they're going to give us the support we need. But at the same time, they're going to give us some more cushion and absorb some of the road shock as we drive. And since the rear ones here aren't in constant contact with our aXle, it is going to provide us the same ride quality when it's unloaded.Our timbrens are going to work independently from each other from side to side. That way, if we have an off center load, it will help compensate for that, but at the same time, if we take an evasive maneuver or a really sharp turn, this is going to help reduce that body roll and some of that sway feeling that we get going on when we have a lot of added weight.Our timbrens for the rear are going to be a good enhancement for any time you're going to be adding weight to the back of your vehicle, whether it be a heavy trailer, a large load in the back or any other situation where you're adding a lot of weight to the back of your vehicle.Now, timbrens on the front are going to be a little bit different.

They're going to provide us that load-leveling support and make sure the front end doesn't get pushed down too far. However, these typically are going to be in contact all the time, which means it's going to give us that support and help reduce on that body roll all the time, all while absorbing that road shock, giving us a smoother ride.Now, some situations where you'd want that extra support on the front of the vehicle to keep it from getting pushed down too much would be if you have a snow plow or winch, if you flat-tow your vehicle, or if you have any other heavy accessory on the front. This is going to make sure that front end stays where it should be, and again, making sure our tires, braking and steering acts how they should.When comparing the timbrens to other suspension enhancement options like airbags, these are going to be a lot easier to install because we're not going to have to worry about running lines, maintaining air pressure, putting in switches or compressors or any of that. Once these are installed, these are going to be completely maintenance free. However, airbags are going to provide us with a lot more adjustability, whereas our timbrens are not going to have that.That'll finish up your look at the timbrens suspension enhancement systems..


Customer Reviews

Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System - TGMRC20

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (3943 Customer Reviews)

3,000-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.

- TGMRC20
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- TGMRW55
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


I used this on my Isuzu tow truck. The blocks in and of themselves are fine, they support the weight. Here's the problem: They are pre-loaded, meaning that they always touch between the frame and the rear axle. As you load the vehicle this puts more pressure on the frame in this 5" area where the blocks are. The springs have not yet taken as much weight as they normally would. Now, all this upward pinpoint pressure bends the frame. This is what happened to me on my rollback tow truck. After many hours and now double plating the frame all is well again, but a tremendous amount of work. Yes, the blocks are fine, but the result of installing this product resulted in a bent frame. The vehicle was not overloaded and was within the GVWR.


Comments
I have reached out to the manufacturer who will be reaching out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 01/20/2022


- TDRTT3500
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


Product is high quality, all parts fit well and I didn’t have to force anything. High strength thick steel, and the jounce bumpers are seriously heavy duty. I haven’t had a load on the truck (98 Ram 3500) since install a few days ago, so they haven’t touched the base plates yet. One thing I’m concerned with is the jounce bumpers are touching and are right up against the lift blocks and U bolts. I’m unsure of the longevity these bumpers will have after a heavy load is on them and they are constantly rubbing on the hardware. Also, as the load gets heavier they expand outward as they flatten out so I’m also concerned with if that will push my lift blocks outward and mess with the suspension. I’m prepping for a slide in camper and when I get it I will have to take a look and see what effects that weight has on the suspension, the bumpers, and ride quality.


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I am not sure when I will be able to have a load on it to confirm, as I do not have a camper just yet. I am currently working on upgrading the suspension in preparation for one. Is there an alternative similar solution, other than airbags - as I dont want those, that can be run? With a similar weight capacity? Kind of interesting Timbren hasnt run into this issue before with the older Ram 3500s. Wonder if this is somehow unique to my truck? All the rear components are original OEM, so it seems kind of strange.
-- comment by: Jimmy - 01/05/2022

Comments
You mentioned that the jounce bumpers were touching up against the lift blocks without a load in the truck and I wondered if you could send a picture of the installation?
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 01/05/2022

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I do have additional questions for you. Is the top picture showing how the springs look with a loaded weight? Have you already installed your slide in camper? I wanted to see if the top bracket were touching as well? The manufacturer is trying to determine if a smaller diameter spring would help or not
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 01/05/2022

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Both pictures are right after installation with a completely unloaded bed. Since installation, I have not had weight in the bed, so I can not 100 say if the top brackets would touch the U bolts or leaf springs. But from looking at it just now, it appears the top bracket would just barely touch the U bolts with a loaded bed, and would definitely touch if there was side to side movement with a loaded bed like going over a speed bump, pot holes, or uneven terrain.
-- comment by: Jimmy - 01/05/2022

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I did hear back from Timbren. Currently there is not a bracket that would be narrower that they can offer. When loaded if the brackets interfere with the smaller spring, then it may be advisable to return the kit.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 01/05/2022

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I am not sure when I will be able to have a load on it to confirm, as I do not have a camper just yet. I am currently working on upgrading the suspension in preparation for one. Is there an alternative similar solution, other than airbags - as I dont want those, that can be run? With a similar weight capacity? Kind of interesting Timbren hasnt run into this issue before with the older Ram 3500s. Wonder if this is somehow unique to my truck? All the rear components are original OEM, so it seems kind of strange.
-- Etrailer Expert Jimmy - 01/05/2022

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I was researching if I had an alternative and I realized that I needed to confirm your set up. Do you have the 3500 cab and chassis - if yes was it always a cab and chassis - or do you have the 3500 pickup? I am under the impression that you have the pick up since you want to use a slide in camper however, I wanted to be sure.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 01/05/2022

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It is the 3500 pickup. Thanks!
-- Etrailer Expert Jimmy - 01/05/2022

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I believe I now know what happened and I should have asked about the truck before now. The TDRTT3500 that was ordered is used for the cab and chassis model versus the pickup and this is leading to the fitment issues you have seen. I do have two options to offer for the 1998 Dodge Ram 3500 pickup including a different Timbren application. They are part # TDR3500
Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System
$373.07
and part # SSA25
SuperSprings Custom Suspension Stabilizer and Sway Control Kit
$571.99
.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 01/05/2022


- TFR1504E
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


First, this is the third truck have have put Timbren SES on, so I am a big fan of this option for a pickup truck. There is no impact to the ride when the bed is empty, when loaded it is a big improvement keeping the truck is a level position, reduced sway.. I would have given this 5 stars, except the lower bracket is rusting. All the other parts are painted black except this one part - see picture... This is after one year, truck is parked in a garage in NC (not a high snow/salt state)...


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I continue to be a fan, on my 1019 f150, I used the 1 in spacer, works perfect ! I have dumped 2200 lbs of stone in the bed a few times, no problem.
KLM - 01/05/2022


- TDR3500
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


Installed on 98 Ram 3500 pickup. Haven't put a load on it yet, but it installed very easily and fits well. Driver's side spring brackets were a bit harder to install than the passenger side, but still overall easy. One con was the powder coat finish was worn off in spots right after opening the box. Not sure if the packaging is to blame or what, but in general the packaging never seems to be that great on the etrailer products I've ordered (just brown packing paper).


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Please cover any bare metal with anti-corrosive paint to prevent excess rust. Follow more tips in this help article:
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 01/18/2022


- TDR1525H4
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


Highly recommend for anyone towing. Leaf springs were flattened out prior to install. Swapped the bump stops out for Timbrens in a campground before making a 1000+ mile trip home. They work amazing leveled the truck out while towing and absorb the bad bumps.


Comments
I would absolutely buy the Timbren SES again if I didn’t already have them. No issues after a year.
David B - 08/23/2021


- TGMRCK15S
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


I have a 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 pick up truck (elevation package) in which I added a 3.5 inch ROUGH COUNTRY KNUCKLE LIFT KIT with Front Struts. The rear distance between the bump stop's metal cup just under the frame and the the rear axle is 8.25 inches with an empty truck bed and a quarter tank of gas. I gave the professional this information on my truck and what I needed; they e mailed back the kit with only 1.5 additional spacers on each side of the truck, Ok. I still came up with 2.25 inch space with an empty truck bed on both sides. I feel More TIMBREN PRODUCTS WOULD be SOLD if websites carried information All together for the average people to buy at their finger tips. It would have been easier for me if the following were all grouped together for my truck : TIMBREN Rear Suspension Enhancement System TGMRCK15S (that has 3/8 bushing) which is actual about 4.5 inches not 5inches in height. FOR TRUCKS with LIFT KITS spacers are required with the same 3/8 bushings 1 inch spacer (that has 3/8 bushing) A25723-90AHOO 1/2 inch spacer (that has a 3/8 bushing) TA25722-90POO I required an additional 1 inch spacer on both sides than I was e mailed. It would also be easier if I could buy the additional bolts grouped with my additional 2.5 spacing on both sides of my truck on the web site, than going to the hardware store. I would pay the additional cost. So all together for my 3.5 ROUGH COUNTRY LIFT, I required 2.5 inch spacers on both sides with the 4.5 height kit which = 7 inches . I haul my 4 wheeler in the bed and broke a level spring years ago. On other occasions I place fire wood in the truck bed. TIMBREN is the way to go, it will be there when I put weight in the bed of truck; be it a 4 wheeler or wood. Friends of mine have air bag systems that leak over time and are much more in price. You can not go wrong with TIMBREN. When installing, remove salt and sand near top of original bump stop bolt, apply PB blast wait 10 minutes use a breaker bar with easy removal. Go to the hardware store to get longer bolts. When installing have to jack up the back of the truck under the towing package to get space to use tools to add new TIMBREN PRODUCTS.


Comments
Awesome for hauling four wheeler in bed and for hauling load of fire wood in the bed, no broken leaf springs and no sag
Joe - 03/23/2022


- TDR1500DS
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


I was very impressed with the easy installation and the performance of the product. I can easily put a 1 yard of top soil in my Ram 1500 and my truck carry it level , no problem. No more snag In the rear. I also find towing a trailer much better. No worries about blowing air bags, this product is maintenance free. Love it, it simple and it works great. Highly recommend


Comments
Great product, works well and easy to install
Anthony L - 05/31/2021


- TGMRCK15S
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


This Rear Suspension Enhancement kit were so easy to install, I was almost sure I missed something. They installed in less than an hour. I was able to place my floor jack under the ball mount to raise the rear end enough to remove the old mounts and simply install the new ones. Hooked up my 28' rv to my Silverado 1500 and they worked as advertised. No front end sag and I feel safer towing it. Customer service helped me find the right product I needed without dishing out a lot of cash!


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While I have sold this vehicle since this review to my neighbor, she has told me she loves this product when she pulls her rv. I now have a 34 ton pick up and purchased a set for it. I am very satisfied with the Enhancers i purchased for it!
Frank R - 06/19/2021


- TFRTT350J
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


Never mess with airbags again on your truck. These Timbren bump stops are the only way to go. Installation took a total of 10 minutes and they work amazing. No messing with airlines, filling or deflating air bags with complicated installation. I’m towing a 44ft trailer and these Timbren bumps stops are a must. Great product but a little pricey for what they are.


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After a year of towing some kind of trailer every week, the bump stops are showing some wear from riding on the bump stop pad on the axle. That being said, they are still working as intended and as good as the day I installed them. After a lot of miles, the only draw back is driving around with no trailer. Normal driving the ride isn’t effected but when you hit a bump in the road you really feel it hit the bump stop. You loose a fair amount of rear suspension travel with these but I’m used to it now.
Brandon - 05/11/2021


- TFR250SDJ
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


I really like these Timbren bump stops. I think the best thing about them is the simplicity, both how they work and how easy the install was. I bought these when I added a dump insert (similar to a salt spreader) into my 2019 F-250. I have loaded this truck heavy before with dirt and the truck sagged tremendously and had a lot of body roll. To prevent this with the now added dump insert, I installed these. Super easy to install! Took maybe 30 min. It reduces body roll and seems to improve the ride depending on how loaded the truck is. One unfortunate consequence to the install is that the Timbrens brought to light that I have a weak leaf spring on my passenger side, which was suspect previously. Overall, I'm very pleased with this purchase and would buy again!



- TFR1504E
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


I just installed the Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System on my 2019 Ford F-150 4x4. The install was pretty straight forward, but I will say that the written instructions were pretty vague. Reviewing the Video on the e-trailer site was helpful. Also the markings for Left and Right could be improved. The marking “L” was very small and baring readable and the “R” appeared to be under some scratch marks so it was not legible at all. I think this product will help considerably. I have attached photos. The clearance between the rubber spring and the bottom plate is approx 1”. I also previously installed the Equalizer weight distribution & 4 way anti sway system to tow my 30’ Travel Trailer. The Timbren is to prevent any slight squat may occur.


Comments
Great
Peter - 02/16/2021


- TGMRTT35D
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


Very easy install. Didn’t want airbags. This is perfect for towing my 4 horse gooseneck trailer.



- TGMRCK15S
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


I just installed these on my 2021 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4. It was really easily done and only took .5 hour total. Because the AT4 is slightly lifted I did use the spacers review separately. I am towing a pretty heavy 2 axle horse trailer with a tongue weight between 6000 and 7000 pounds which the truck can handle. When I hitched up with the original bump stops the hitch dropped 4", the frame over the rear tires squatted down 2 and 3 quarters " and the frame over the front tires lifted 3 quarters". After the installation the hitch dropped only 2 and 3 quarters", the frame over the rear tires squatted down 1 inch" and the frame over the front tires lifted . Test drive went well with the same smooth ride with no load as there is no contact. Pulling the trailer went just perfect, no sway due to the trailer design, and the load was very stable with very little bounce.



- TJRJK
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


Disappointed. Not in the quality of Timbren's, but in fitment with this particular vehicle. As you can see in the attached picture, there is a 2" space between the Timbren's and the point of contact. 2" is way too much to have to sag or drop in order to even begin to have an opportunity to function. I want it to be known that I am a big fan and buyer of Timbren's, and even have them front and rear on my class c motorhome. In my opinion, a Timbren should only have a 1/2" to maximum of 1" space before coming into contact. Also because of the design, there is no option of being able to use 1/2" or 1" spacers readily available here on etrailer, which I have used with other Timbren vehicle applications. As far as installation, they were the easiest Timbren's I have ever installed. The existing bump stops came out by hand and without using tools. The new Timbren's were pushed into place by jacking up the back of the vehicle and putting a 3" block of wood in between the Timbren and the axle and then lowering the jack and in doing so, pushing the Timbren into place. 10 minute job! Now all I have to do is to figure out a way to design a 1" or 1 1/2" block or spacer to close the gap between the Timbren and point of contact. If I come up with a solution, I will update this review to help out other Jeep owners with this issue.



- TJFTJ
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


I had these installed on my 2013 Jeep Wrangler prior to installing a plow. These fill the gap that would allow the front end to dip when the plow is lifted. I also had them in my 2004 Chevy, they stabilize the front end when the heavy load is added.


Comments
I absolutely recommend putting TIMBREN on the front of any plow vehicle. I have now used these on two light duty vehicles. Currently on a 2013 Jeep, the difference is amazing. No more two inch dip when I lift the 480 pound plow. E trailer gets them out to you quicker than expected. I had mine professionally installed so I can’t attest to the directions provided, but there is always a video available now in most everything. The daily ride isn’t much affected because of tire pressure. I do run them a little fuller during plow season. This is a definite win for your plow truck.
Scott - 12/11/2021


- TGMRCK25D
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


Received my springs today and had them installed in less then 45 minutes in my driveway, on my 2018 GMC Denali 3500 HD. I followed the advice of etrailer's videos. I pull a 2011 all aluminum self contained toy hauler and use Husky weight distribution hitch. I have not yet taken our trip to AZ from WI yet but will provide further input when we do over the 4th of July. I used a floor jack on the frame rails to provide clearance for installation and did not take the rear wheels off...worked in the wheel wells to remove and install.



- TFFF53B
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


Best investment for suspension so far!! Had wind, semi’s and large dips in road sway our 2015 Bounder all over the road. With the timbrens installed took care of almost all of that! Big dips, Bounce one time, done. Semi’s pass no issue, Wyoming winds cuts right through!


Comments
They are still working great! Purchased front and rear pair.
Michael B - 08/27/2021


- TFRF53A
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


Best investment for suspension so far!! Had wind, semi’s and large dips in road sway our 2015 Bounder all over the road. With the timbrens installed took care of almost all of that! Big dips, Bounce one time, done. Semi’s pass no issue, Wyoming winds cuts right through!


Comments
Working great so far!
Michael B - 08/27/2021


- TDR1500DQ
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


They installed just as described, and they work just as described. I have hauled dirt, sand, and pulled trailers since installing the Timbrens, and I am no longer trying to spotlight squirrels in the trees. I agree with the review I read while I was shopping, "why are these not original equipment for these trucks?"


Comments
They still work great! The truck stays level when hauling and towing. I am very pleased with this product.
Dennis - 04/13/2022


- TDR1500DQ
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


The fork lift operator couldn't reach far enough to center them over my axle, but it didn't matter, because I installed air lift air springs and the Timbren bump stop spring enhancements. I can't believe how well they performed together. It was only a short trip with this load, and I'd never haul this heavy of a payload in a 1500 unless it was a short trip, but it wouldn't have been an option without these enhancements. The fork lift driver was even impressed. He asked me what I was using. These products kick serious ass! AMAZING!



- TFR350SDJ
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


These are worth every penny. I have used these with a heavy Toy Hauler Travel trailer (11000 lbs) on about 6 trips over 250 miles each. Then on a (14000 lbs) Toy Hauler 5th wheel for three trips over 200 miles each. They provide a great assistance under heavy loads. They especially assist with ride quality going over bridges and over pass transitions (wavy bridges). The Timbren has also made a drastic difference going around Richmond VA bypass on 295 (anyone who travels this route with a trailer knows exactly what I am talking about). I measured a 2-inch difference in squat with them vs without them. They do not impact daily driving habits and will not even notice a change. I have them on a SRW F350. Very easy installation, a couple bolts each and maybe 10 minutes. I would recommend these to anyone that hauls a camper. If you have one of them campers squats the truck, these could be a great help. Your payload is still what the MFR stamps on the truck. These help the ride amd make the truck feel in control. I have not experienced any trailer sway with these.



- TFR1504E
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Review from a similar Timbren Aeon Spring System in Vehicle Suspension


This does exactly what you hope it will. I am not a master mechanic, but the install was done by myself after removing the tires. It picked up 3 inches from the level that was used previously.


Comments
Fine
David W - 10/04/2021


- TFF350SDC
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Product is top notch! One suggestion on making the install easier concerns the flat washer inside the boot. It is a challenger when trying to keep it in place when working vertical. what I did To solve the problem of keeping washer in place was to put a dab of silicone sealant on the washer position it over the hole let it cure which held washer in place. Perfect solution lol


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No issues at all : great product! extremely happy with them
Ira - 05/11/2022


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The springs have eliminated the squat and have softened the suspension while towing. While unhitched, the rebound is very limited and a bit tough going over bumps or pot holes. I have to admit I installed the additional “hockey pucks” that came with the kit. If I remove them and just install the springs, the rebound would be increased and soften the ride. My tow vehicle is a GMC 1500HD. The installation was very simple. I am very satisfied with this product. If you are finicky with ride quality and do not mind spending more money, try the airbag kit.


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