Hellwig 9703 Contact Helper Spring Ford 1988-2015 Ford F-250/F-350 Super Duty with factory contact overload leaf springs. 2020-2021 Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra 3500 HD 2wd/4wd Pickup SRW w/ Factory Contact Overload Leaf Springs
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Contact Helper Spring; Overload Helper;
- Adjustable Length: No
- Color: Silver Hammertone
- Material: Steel
- Mounting Hardware Included: Yes
- WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
- WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
- Easy Installed First Aid Kit For Sagging
- Weak Front Leaf Spring Suspensions
- Balances Spring Rate Front To Rear
- Improves Cornering Capability
- Reduces Tire/Shock Wear
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
Add assistance to your factory overload springs with Hellwig's Contact Helper Springs. Get help sooner with the contact helper, as the vehicle is loaded the Hellwig contact helper spring connects with the factory contact pads sooner providing better support and less sag for heavy loads. When in contact, the extra Hellwig leaves stiffen the overload springs decreasing the sag of the vehicle in a loaded condition. Hellwig contact overload assist springs mount directly to the factory contact springs for easy install and better load support to increase the truck's level-load carrying capacity. In normal use, they leave performance unchanged.
Hellwig Products was founded in 1946 after World War II and has remained family owned and operated to this day, manufacturing all of its steel products in California's Central Valley. In an era when many companies have moved production of their products overseas, Hellwig has remained steadfast in its commitment to produce its products in America. Thanks to Hellwig's commitment to quality manufacturing and research and development it also produces sway bars and other suspension components for companies that are looking for the very best. Hellwig has also helped to grow and develop the automotive aftermarket as a founding member of SEMA, having attended the first ever SEMA show in Los Angeles in the basement of Dodger Stadium.