Torklift International just released a stainless steel version of its popular StableLoad upgrade for 3/4-ton and one-ton trucks equipped with leaf spring rear axle suspensions.
The StableLoad works by “pre-activating” the stabilizing effect already designed into the truck’s overload stabilizing springs by keeping them actively under load while towing or hauling.
“The StableLoad is the only aftermarket suspension upgrade that works in conjunction with the finely tuned suspension that truck manufacturers have spent millions of dollars and over a hundred years to perfect,” said Torklift President Jack Kay. “You want to maintain the two main goals of a truck suspension. One, you want a nice factory soft, comfortable ride when not towing and hauling. Two, you want a nice comfortable and stable ride when towing and hauling, especially heavy loads. Our StableLoad is the only suspension product designed and patented to do both.”
Not only does the stainless steel StableLoad have rust preventative properties which will keep the StableLoads looking new without a layer of protective powder coat paint, but they also make a truck stand out. StableLoad solves side-to-side sway, body roll, porpoising and sag.
Part numbers for the new StableLoads include A7311S with drill bits and A7310S without drill bits.
The new stainless steel StableLoads have the same truck fitments as the original StableLoads, and new fitments are updated continually. If a customer doesn’t see a fitment for their vehicle, it’s simple to verify over the phone by calling 800-246-8132.
“You can verify a StableLoad fitment in seconds,” said Kay. “If your lower overload has a pre-drilled hole, you need part number A7310S. If it’s not pre-drilled you need part number A7311S.”
The StableLoad, now available in stainless steel from Torklift International, is available online or in store through select Certified Dealers. StableLoad suspension stabilizers are made in the United States and come with a Legendary Lifetime Warranty.
It is a 2015 F-250 with a 6.75 truck bed. The payload capacity is 3100 pounds and I have a sway bar in the rear and shock absorbers up front.
Coly, I would first see how your truck handles the camper before spending any money on suspension mods.
I want to install these on the rear of my truck before I go to pick up my camper in a month. How easy is it to install?
What is your truck? Can’t tell by the photo. But you might not even need it for a Capri camper. I’d wait to see how your truck handles the camper first before purchasing any suspension mods.