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Hi, I just bought a pair of SumoSprings for the rear to assist with the dreaded rear sag when there is a load. I should get it soon and installation seems very easy.

I'm wondering, has anyone had experience with this?

Thanks for your input.
 

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i'm interested as I just picked up my 2005 and plan on camping with roof rack and some bikes loaded in the rear. Let me know how the performance is when it's empty.
 

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I installed the sumosprings and they definitely assisted with rear end sag.
 

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How do the new springs affect the ride quality?
 

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I have a full front to rear set of aftermarket Coil and Spring Assemblies from 1aAuto - so far so good - I had them on for a year. I added the Sumosprings part# CSS-1125 (double-check their website for your fitment) so that the rear end doesn't sag as much when a load is applied. The sumo springs are nice because without load they feel nice and with load, it adds progression to the spring.
 
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