Hellwig Announces New ‘Spring Into Spring’ Helper Springs Rebate

Hellwig Suspension Products, the industry-leading manufacturer of towing, hauling, and performance suspension products, has announced its new “Spring into Spring” mail-in rebate program on Helper Springs for purchases made between April 1, 2023, and May 31, 2023. These are the same springs rated as a “top suspension mod” on Truck Camper Adventure

Customers are eligible to receive either a $25 mail-in rebate on Helper Springs between $200 and $399, and a $50 mail-in rebate on Helper Springs above $400. Order total on Hellwig Products only, before tax and shipping.

Rebate offers are made only to retail consumer purchases within U.S. and Canada, on qualifying Hellwig Products through authorized Hellwig dealers only. All claims must be postmarked on or before 30 days from the date of purchase. Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for processing.

Hellwig Products Helper Springs are made in the USA and are covered by a limited lifetime warranty on all steel parts. For more information, visit www.Hellwigproducts.com.

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Mello Mike is an Arizona native, author, and the founder of Truck Camper Adventure. He's been RV'ing since 2002, is a certified RVIA Level 1 RV Technician, and has restored several Airstream travel trailers. A communications expert and licensed ham radio operator (KK7TCA), he retired from the U.S. Navy in 2004 as a CWO3 after 24 years, holds a BS degree, and now runs Truck Camper Adventure full-time. He also does some RV consulting, repairs, and inspections on the side. He currently rolls in a 4WD Ram 3500 outfitted with a SherpTek truck bed with a Bundutec Roadrunner mounted on top.

1 Comment

  1. I am a great believer in using springs instead of airbags. I removed my airbags and added ‘Supersprings Add-a-leaf’ kits to both my front and rear spring packs (~$100 per axle). I raised the rear 2.5″ and the front 1.75″ and returned my loaded height to approximate factory unloaded height. I’m still about an inch higher in the back than level (which I like). It involves unbolting the spring pack u-clamps, adding a single leaf then replacing the center bolt and reassembling. It is more involved than these leaf ‘bandaid’ style springs but I feel they are a lot more consistent being part of a larger whole. On the other hand, I can see an advantage in removing the U-clamp at the end of the spring to inactivate it without dismounting it.

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