Travelling with extra weight such as luggage or bike racks may affect your vehicle’s suspension.
MAD suspension helper spring kits or semi air conversions from Ekollon help with suspension travel to benefit your vehicle in many ways:
When you set off in your car, you may make all the usual checks; petrol, tyre pressure and screen wash, but what about the suspension? Carrying additional weight can damage suspension and make your journeys less safe.
MAD’s auxiliary springs help to take the weight off, making your journeys safer, improving your driving comfort, and helping the car to drive level.
So, how does it work?
Heavy car loads or additional weight at the rear of the vehicle, can reduce grip, making car journeys less safe.
An auxiliary spring is an extra spring that you can place next to or in the springs of your vehicle. The auxiliary springs from MAD help the existing suspension to bear additional weight. This means your vehicle will be optimised to handle heavier loads, making travelling safer.
Auxiliary springs are relatively inexpensive compared to other heavy load solutions. It helps that they are also quick and easy to assemble.
Find the right springs for you today to aide your vehicle’s suspension when towing.
Air helper spring kits are also known as semi-air conversions, air assisters and air bags.
There are two basic types of air bags; red and black.
RED air bags sit inside the OE coil spring. They are usually fitted to cars, or vans and pickups on coil springs. They are inflated by a compressor to suit the load being carried; you can use your own or make use of one at a fuel station.
BLACK air bags sit between the axle and chassis rail. They are fitted to vans and pickups with leaf springs, and can be supplied as: