Romahome & Mezan

Find out how our springs could save your suspension.

Helper springs for your Romahome & Mezan

When travelling with your Romahome or Autosleeper Mezan, you want to take everything you need. Travelling with all your gear adds extra weight to your vehicle which may affect your suspension.  

Please call 01386 882997 for any replacement springs you may need.

MAD suspension helper spring kits or semi air conversions from Ekollon help with suspension travel to benefit your vehicle in many ways:

Auxiliary Springs for your Suspension

MAD helper spring kits were fitted as standard by Romahome in models such as; the Hylo, Duo, Duo Plus R10, R20 and R40. Ekollon still carry new full kits for some models and replacement springs for most. The Quartet had an air kit fitted from new, we can still offer replacement air bags but the brackets are now no longer available.

Please call 01386 882997 for any replacement springs you may need.

MAD’s auxiliary springs help to take the weight off, making your journeys safer, improving your driving comfort and helping your camper drive more level.

So, how does it work?

Ekollon and Mad Suspension: Car Helper Springs

How MAD helper springs work

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 towing safer.

The helper spring kit is especially designed to work alongside the original Torsion bar suspension to minimise the amount of sag to maintain a desired ride height.  This increased both comfort and safety. 

Auxiliary Springs are Affordable

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.

How MAD air helper springs work

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:

Helper Spring

Reinforced replacement spring

Cross Country Spring