Winnebago Adventurer Motorhome Suspension Enhancement

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We offer a complete selection of both rubber spring and air ride suspension enhancement systems from Firestone, Air Lift, Super Springs, and Timbren. These kits are custom fit to your vehicle for an easy installation. They can offer either a progressive suspension enhancement or an adjustable level of suspension depending on your system and the types of loads you carry.

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Winnebago Adventurer Motorhome Vehicle Suspension Videos

SumoSprings Maxim Rear Helper Springs Installation - 2019 Winnebago Adventurer Motorhome

Today on our 2019 Winnebago Adventurer motor home, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Sumo Springs maxim custom helper springs for the rear axle. Having a motor home can be a really fun thing and we can enjoy it a lot. We can go places we've never been before and spend time with our family, go camping, or anything like that. But at the same time it can be really stressful, and even scary at times. Because our motor home is a rather big vehicle and there's a lot of area here for the wind to catch. So we're driving down the road, it may feel that we're getting pushed around, and the body starts to lean and roll, especially when a semi drives past us, or we hit a big crosswind.



SumoSprings Rebel Front Axle Helper Springs Installation - 2019 Winnebago Adventurer Motorhome

Today on our 2019 Winnebago Adventurer motor home, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the SumoSprings Rebel Custom Helper Springs for the front axle. Having a motor home can be a really fun thing and we can enjoy it a lot. We can go places we've never been before, spend time with our family, go camping, or anything like that, but at the same time, it can be really stressful and even scary at times because our motor home, it's a rather big vehicle, and there's a lot of area here for the wind to catch. So, when we're driving down the road, it may feel like we're getting pushed around and the body starts to lean and roll, especially when a semi drives passed us, or we hit a big crosswind.So, before we put any of our suspension components on, let's take it on our test course and see how it handles. As I bring my motor home through the slalom course, I can definitely feel a lot of body roll going on, like it almost wants to lean before it starts to turn. Coming in and out of the turns, it really feels like I need to slow down so I don't lose too much control, and it's just kind of an unnerving feeling.



SumoSprings Maxim Rear Helper Springs Installation - 2012 Winnebago Adventurer Motorhome

Speaker 1: Today on our 2012 Winnebago Adventure, we're gonna be installing Sumo Springs Maximum Custom Helper Springs for the rear axle, part number SSR-180-54-1.And this is what our springs are gonna look like when they're installed. They're gonna provide constant point of contact between your lead spring and the side of your frame so you'll have benefits for your Sumo Springs throughout the entire suspension travel, from fully extended to fully retracted.These springs can compress up to 80 percent to provide varying amounts of load doubling carrying capacity. You'll have one on each side, so if you have an uneven load, you'll have one spring applying more pressure than the other to help balance that out.Additionally, it'll help increase the smoothness of your ride, because you're going to have a proportional amount of spring tension the more it's compressed. It'll also help reduce sway, so if you're hitting any uneven pavement, these will help absorb some of that road shock and minimize the amount of sway you have.And, when wind is hitting up against the side of your motor home, these will also help, working in conjunction with one another to help minimize that sway. What this means for you is when you're driving down the road, you're gonna have a more comfortable, more relaxed drive because you're not gonna be fighting the road so much on those uneven pavements, potholes, and on windy days, it won't effect you as badly. So, when you get to your destination, you'll feel more alive and ready to enjoy yourself.These springs are installed alongside your factory jounce bumper, so if you have a complete suspension collapse, your factory jounce bumper is still there to provide additional support.We'll begin our installation by preparing our Sumo Spring.



SumoSprings Rebel Front Axle Helper Springs Installation - 2012 Winnebago Adventurer Motorhome

Speaker 1: Today on our 2012 Winnebago Adventurer we're going to be installing SumoSprings Rebel custom helper springs for the front axle, part number SSF-170-40-2. We've currently got our suspension completely suspended so you can see what our springs I'll look like. When you go over large bumps, they will be able to separate and they'll come right back together. The alignment pin here in the center will line right back up with the one above it.These jounce bumpers are going to provide additional cushion in the front of the your vehicle, giving you a smoother ride. They're additionally going to act as load leveling, so if you have a slightly uneven weight inside your vehicle, the SumoSprings will help work with one another to level your vehicle back out and maintain a more stable ride. Additionally, when you hit any potholes, it's going to absorb some of that impact so it'll help reduce driver fatigue when going down the road.





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