Ride-Rite air helper springs provide heavy duty support for pickups, SUVs, vans and motor homes with leaf spring suspension.  The reinforced double convoluted air springs install between the frame and the axle and support up to 5,000 lbs. per set.  Drivers operating a Class A or Class B Motor home might think about adding Ride-Rite air helper spring products to their unit.

Many of today’s RVs come fully loaded with the comforts of home, including extra kitchen cabinets, self-contained toilets and even fireplaces.  Some of them weigh more than 30,000 lbs. and require a driver’s full concentration.  It’s not difficult to add weight to a motor home: According to a study by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), 57 percent of RV owners bring pets along on trips. 

Almost half (45 percent) plan to use their RV to enjoy outdoor sports and activities, with hiking (53 percent), fishing and hunting (52 percent) and biking (32 percent) topping the list.  And all of these hobbies are accompanied by a lot of gear.  These statistics make suspension products like air springs a necessity.

Sport-Rite air springs improve load carrying performance on smaller pickups, SUVs and vans with leaf spring suspension.  The innovative tapered air spring installs between the frame and the suspension, supporting up to 3,000 lbs. of load carrying capacity per set.  Drivers hauling large boats or towable campers with a pickup or SUV might consider this option.  This support is also important for trucks that simply have a toolbox on one side of the bed – the uneven load can be leveled by easily adjusting the air in each side.

 Coil-Rite air springs offer additional support for cars, minivans, vans, pickups, SUVs and motor homes with coil spring suspension.  The durable, polyurethane air helper springs install inside existing coil springs to provide variable spring rate.  A set of Coil-Rite air springs supports 500 to 1,000 lbs. and maximizes the load carrying capacity of the tow vehicle.