If you're a landscaper--yes!
Tools and landscaping supplies weigh down your truck and overload its suspension, as you go from one landscaping job to the next. Not only does it limit your truck's capabilities of transporting all the tools that you need, but it also damages your truck in a short amount of time--without the proper setup.
Customizing your truck bed or using a trailer helps carry all the supplies and tools you need to bring, but it can damage your truck more quickly than the lifespan of your suspension. It will likely cost you more to get repairs, plus maintenance to keep up with landscaping demands.
Hauling and towing your supplies across landscaping locations with an overloaded suspension can harm both your vehicle and your surroundings--your truck will be prone to trailer sway, suspension sag and body roll.
Truck suspension upgrades are made for heavy-duty trucks, while improving performance. Suspension enhancements increase the load capacity and prevent sagging when posed to too much weight.
Protect your suspension--add load support and towing capacity to your truck.
Yes! Upgrading your suspension will increase load capacity and improve the towing capabilities of your landscaping truck--it evenly distributes the weight on all the axles. It will also bring more weight to the vehicle's front, making the car more balanced to absorb all bumps as it moves.
Suspension upgrades are most suitable for heavy-duty hauling and perfect for landscaping trucks, hauling trucks, and towing. Major applications can be seen in the front axle, light-duty rear axle, heavy or medium-duty rear axle.
Eliminate Suspension Sag: When Carrying Heavy Tools & Supplies, and Towing A Heavy Trailer, Suspension upgrades like the Timbren SES Extends The Life Of The Suspension Of Your Vehicle And Helps To Avoid Bottoming Out
Control Trailer Sway: A Condition Which Occurs With Unbalanced Loads, In Crosswinds Or When Passing Heavy Trucks. Here,the Timbren SES Stabilizes Your Vehicle
Control Body Roll: During Cornering With Powerful Progressive Rate Rubber Springs Which Resist Lean And Enhance Vehicle Stability
To know your towing capacity, you must first know the car GCVWR (Gross Combined Vehicle Weight Rating) and the car curb weight.
Your GCVWR is the maximum amount of weight of both the loaded tow vehicle and the loaded trailer the vehicle can safely handle. At the same time, your curb weight is the weight of the car without any load. Subtract the GSCWR from the curb weight to knowing your vehicle towing capacity.
Timbren SES is designed to improve the performance of your vehicle by preventing body roll and control sway. Its Aeon® Rubber Springs Absorb Road Shocks And Bumps, for an Improved Ride Quality and Control.
It uses an Aeon rubber spring--it improves the spring rate by increasing resistance while it is compressed, giving you a smoother ride at all times. The self-damping feature present in the Aeon rubber helps with the vibration as a shock absorber. The material is easy to maintain, and installation is a breeze.
Choose the Suspension Upgrade Fitted For Your Truck.
Timbren has a full line of suspension enhancement systems for Heavy Duty, Hauling and Tow Trucks.
Each Timbren SES Kit is also Easy To Install, and with Limited Lifetime Warranty
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