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Suspension Enhancement Recommendation for 2003 Toyota Tundra


I have an 03 Tundra Access Cab and plan on putting a camper shell on the bed as well as a dirt bike hitch carrier. I will definitely be taking the set up off-road and want to make sure my suspension and leaf springs can handle some bouncing around. Im guessing itll be around 1,000 lbs of added weight when including the dirt bike, camper, hitch, and gear. Had no idea where to start to make sure the truck isnt phased by the added weight. Any advice is much appreciated.


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To help with the added weight on the back of your 2003 Toyota Tundra, I recommend a suspension enhancement system. The SumoSprings Solo Custom Help Springs Rear Suspension System # SSR-610-40 will work great for improving the handling and safety of your ride after adding the camper shell and dirt bike carriers. These are confirmed to fit your Tundra and will replace the axle bump stops on the frame. They work by providing additional support to your suspension when under load that will increase stability and help your vehicle remain level. I like the SummoSprings over similar products because they still offer a very comfortable ride when carrying lighter loads. These have a weight capacity of 1,000 pounds.

I have included some videos and instruction details that show how this system works.

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