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RedLdr1 08-30-2015 07:24 PM

Sumo Part Number Question
I'm considering adding Sumo's to our "W". What Part Number are y'all using? For the rear it looks like SSR-338-47 is the new Part Number that replaced SSR-335-47. The front Part Number I found is SSF-106-40.

I already have the Helwig Sway Bar installed from FR....


HONDAMAN174 08-30-2015 07:41 PM

If you can't find your answer, call them up! They are super helpful people.

RedLdr1 08-30-2015 08:05 PM

I do plan on calling / e-mailing them. But I've just found it is always helpful to know what has worked well for other folks. Sumo's seem to have quite a following in the MBS arena! :)

Pod2Vibe 08-30-2015 08:50 PM

Rear are SSR-338-47

Front are SSF-106-40

Best mod to date


RedLdr1 08-31-2015 09:08 AM

Thank you... It is a good thing I warned the DW that I needed a couple thousand dollars for mods when we picked up our "W"...:)

Pod2Vibe 08-31-2015 11:11 AM

Suspension Connection has a good deal going:

SAVE10 = $10 OFF an order totaling $100 or more, excluding shipping charges
SAVE20 = $20 OFF an order totaling $200 or more, excluding shipping charges
SAVE30 = $30 OFF an order totaling $300 or more, excluding shipping charges
SAVE50 = $50 OFF an order totaling $500 or more, excluding shipping charges

CharSolera 08-31-2015 03:58 PM

Thanks, RedLtr1, for the question. I've ordered the Sumo Springs and have an appointment to have them installed on 9/15. Pod2Vibe, I ordered them from Suspension Connection using the codes you provided :-) Question: I have the levelers on my Solera and they occasionally touch pavement when I don't go over road dips at just the right angle. Will the Sumos help prevent that OR should I consider having the levelers removed?

I have a 2014 Solera 24S

Pod2Vibe 08-31-2015 04:17 PM

Hi Char,

Congrats on the purchase.

Prior to the Sumo's, the Bigfoots always hit my driveway and most others. Not anymore, now it is only driveways with extreme high/low points. So that is another bonus of having them.

Leaving for a trip on Thursday and am going to go Bigfootless and see how it goes. (they are coming with, just won't use them at all)

Still can't get over the ride improvements with Sumo's. While it is a bit more firm, it is so stable that I lost the creaks and growns from the cab over area and beyond.


CharSolera 08-31-2015 05:56 PM

Thanks so much, Pod2Vibe! If the levelers stop hitting the little dips, the Sumos will be worth it. The additional stability will just be an added bonus. I won't miss the creaks and groans either!

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