Timbren helper springs?

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downunderyank
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Timbren helper springs?

Postby downunderyank » Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:36 am

Hey everyone? Has anyone ever used the timbren IR100 kit on their pup or pickup? DId they work well? I've got an 86 spacecab I'd like to haul more in. Thanks!
converted '86 diesel spacecab

dorf
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Re: Timbren helper springs?

Postby dorf » Sat Jun 30, 2018 6:43 am

I tried something similar......didn't work real well

Finally went to a spring shop....they replaced the OEM with a new replacement.....no more problems with a sagging rear end

I hauled lots and lots of wood

Just my 2 cents

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Re: Timbren helper springs?

Postby ivarraven » Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:25 pm

I had a set of them that I used with mine to haul water. They help a whole lot, and were easy to install. I'm parting that truck out now after the motor failed, so I have a set from an 83 pup if you"re interested.
1983 Isuzu P'up 1.9l gasser DLX w/ 4wd---out of service "zoeypup"
-Weber carb
-Timbrens SES rear suspension help (for water haul)
112,630 miles on it

No longer owning a 1990 Isuzu P'up gasser 4wd 2.6l I-tec EFI "utilipup"