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New Video Shows How Easy It Is to Install SuperSprings® on Work Trucks

 

 
 
 

| Friday, May 24, 2013


Carpinteria, Calif. (May 21, 2013) – Vocational truck users looking for an easy, cost-effective way to upgrade their vehicles’ suspensions should check out the newest video from SuperSprings International.

The video outlines the many commercial uses for SuperSprings®, unique, self-adjusting leaf spring stabilizers with free-rolling shackles that fit over factory spring packs. They enhance the vehicle’s load-carrying ability, promote a level ride and reduce body roll. Applications are available for work trucks up to and including Class 5.

“SuperSprings offer all the advantages of a fully upgraded suspension, but, as we demonstrate in the video, they can be installed in-house in an hour or less,” said Mike Visser, president of SuperSprings International. “Now you don’t have to send a brand new truck out to the spring shop, which saves money, preserves original equipment and eliminates wasteful employee transport time.”

The new video, found at www.supersprings.com/videos_supersprings_productinfo.asp, begins with an overview of the benefits of SuperSprings. On commercial trucks, they help balance eccentric equipment loads, prevent rear-end sag and reduce sway by up to 30 percent. The installation processes on both a utility truck and a rolling chassis are shown, along with footage of aerial trucks, emergency vehicles, dump trucks and flatbed trucks in action.

The video shows how SuperSprings can be customized with various shackle settings, a job made easy with installation tools from SuperSprings International. Once installed, the settings never have to be adjusted. SuperSprings are built to last the life of the vehicle and can significantly reduce wear and tear.

Chevrolet, Ford, Isuzu and Ram trucks are featured in the video, and heavy-duty SuperSprings are also currently available for GMC, Mazda, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Sterling and Toyota vehicles.

Additional SuperSprings International videos showcase SumoSprings (the company’s “airless airbags”), Coil SumoSprings, SuperCoils and SuperSway-Stops. Access all of the videos at www.supersprings.com.

SuperSprings are made in the United States. Interested fleet operators can try a set for 30 days and, if not satisfied, return them at no charge.

For more information about SuperSprings or any of the other suspension-enhancing products available for work trucks from SuperSprings International, visit www.supersprings.com or call (866) 898-0720.

About SuperSprings International
SuperSprings International produces a full line of suspension-enhancing products for load-carrying vehicles. The company was founded in 1996 to manufacture the original SuperSpring self-adjusting leaf suspension stabilizer, and later expanded to include microcellular urethane components. The urethane is utilized in SumoSprings “airless airbags” and SuperSway-Stops. SuperSprings International is based in Carpinteria, Calif. It is a member of the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) and the NTEA.




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