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Timbrens or Springs for rear

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by vincent, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. vincent

    vincent Senior Member
    Messages: 171

    On my 08 canyon, I have a great deal of sag in the rear. I normally start out with about 20 bags of salt plus my 575 spreader. Recently I added a helper spring, which does some good. but I need more.

    Would timbrens help or should I add some stiffer springs. I really don't care for air bags.

    If business is good this year, I plan on going to a 1075 or a small vbox next year.
  2. Spitz

    Spitz Senior Member
    Messages: 192

    Timbrens would help greatly and not affect the ride unless loaded to the point they come in contact with the bump stop itself. Stiffer springs will help too but your really sacrificing the ride quality and overall handling of the truck. Plus, timbrens are cheap.
  3. 1jbent

    1jbent Junior Member
    Messages: 8

    I put a set of timbrens on my Tahoe for trailering and eliminated sag completly. Cost about $300. Great product.