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Old 01-31-2018, 03:38 PM   #1
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SunSeeker 2400 on MB Cab chassis Suspension

Does anyone have experience reducing and stabilizing the sway on 2400s? I'm investigating Superspring products as helper springs. They have a product called Sumo Springs that looks like it will do the job. Any one have experience? Would appreciate any comments pro or con. Thanks
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Old 01-31-2018, 06:46 PM   #2
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Hellwig sway bar and Sumo springs is all I know of. (replacement bottoming stop that adds spring rate as the suspension uptravels.)
I am sure leafs can be added also to the spring pack- it will change the ride height and you will lose static level though.
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Sumo Spring Manufacture recommendation

According to the manufacturer of the sumo springs I would need to add them to both the front and rear suspension. It should keep the static level since they bothe replace the stops on the unit.
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Old 02-01-2018, 12:56 PM   #4
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Search the MBS and Solera forums for sumosprings and for bilstien you will get all your answers. This topic has been well covered with good solutions on the forums.
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According to the manufacturer of the sumo springs I would need to add them to both the front and rear suspension. It should keep the static level since they bothe replace the stops on the unit.
We added Sumo's front and rear on our 2017, 2400W MBS. Excellent ride on the road, but not much help cornering in and out of fuel stops and parking lots. SLOW and easy in those situations. Nothing helps the expansion joints in the roads, going through Minnesota.
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We added Sumo's front and rear on our 2017, 2400W MBS. Excellent ride on the road, but not much help cornering in and out of fuel stops and parking lots. SLOW and easy in those situations. Nothing helps the expansion joints in the roads, going through Minnesota.
Thanks for the input. Still going to install them. I guess that the GoG is high and it would take a really hard suspension to stop all the sway.
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Does anyone have experience reducing and stabilizing the sway on 2400s? I'm investigating Superspring products as helper springs. They have a product called Sumo Springs that looks like it will do the job. Any one have experience? Would appreciate any comments pro or con. Thanks
Does your 2400 have air ride ???
If so how much psi are you running ???
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