Originally Posted by t72par
Pod2vibe, where did you purchase the Sumo springs and what type shop did your install.
Hey Tim, Here ya go.
I installed myself. You could have a shop that does shocks/suspension install them, as well. An RV specialty shop may have an appointment a month out or so. I avoid them when I can, lol.
Used a heavy duty floor jack and jack stand for the front. Did one side at a time. You end up hugging the front wheel a bit, but it was a little better than taking off the wheels. Took about an hour total.
For the rears, I used the rigs Bigfoots with a couple of Camco yellow leveling blocks under them for added height and a front wheel chock. You do not have to get the duallies fully off the ground, though. Took about 40 minutes.
You basically pull out the MBS factory bump stops and the Sumos go right in their place.
Sumo Part Numbers for the MBS:
Rear are SSR-338-47
Front are SSF-106-40
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