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Old 08-13-2015, 07:35 PM   #1
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I installed Timbren helper springs on my Travato.

I installed these Timbren helper springs on my Promaster based Winnebago Travato 59g, just like I have on my trucks. Here's my how-to:

Wincrasher's Travels: Another Vile and Disgusting Timbrens Install!
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I installed these Timbren helper springs on my Promaster based Winnebago Travato 59g, just like I have on my trucks. Here's my how-to:



Wincrasher's Travels: Another Vile and Disgusting Timbrens Install!

I am curious as to how this changed the ride and handling of your Travato?


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Alan,

I think it's a great improvement. Jounce is eliminated. Sway in corners is greatly reduced, if not eliminated. Rough road surfaces are dampened. I notice no vibration or noises in the cabin. I think it complements the suspension very well and I highly recommend it to anyone who gets off the smooth paved surfaces.
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