HAVE QUESTIONS?

Do the TTC-1210 and the 1211 help with towing?

Yes, both of them will help significantly when towing, but keep in mind they won’t keep the backend level. With the tongue weight of the trailer, the back end will drop.

How many pounds extra can the TTC-1210 and the 1211 carry?

The TTC-1210 can carry and extra 450 pounds and the 1211 can carry an extra 900 pounds.

Why do you not recommend the TTC-1223V be used for towing?

The TTC-1223V is a variable rate coil so, if it were to be used for towing, the back end would drop two inches before the second stage started to work.

Why does the TTC-1223 need to have a 500/600 pound load?

The TTC-1223 was designed for a 500/600 pound service body. When it’s installed, the back will sit at a stock ride height.

Does the TTC-1210L have the same extra carry load as the TTC- 1210?

Yes it does.

Why do the TTC-1213 and the 1216 have 2-2 1/2 inch lifts?

The 2-inch lift allows for the diesel engine, which is heavier than the gas engine.

Why do the TTC-2813 and the 2816 have 2-2 1/2 inch lifts?

The 2-inch lift allows for the diesel engine, which is heavier than the gas engine.

Do you recommend new shocks with your 2-2 1/2 inch lift springs?

Yes, with a little bit more travel.

How much lift does the TTC-1617 kit give?

On a heavily-loaded Chev/GM 3500/4500 cab and chassis with the Duramax diesel engine, the lift is around 1 1/2 inches off the bump stop.

Which coil would you recommend for plowing – the TTC-1213 or the TTC-1216?

We recommend that you use the TTC-1216 as it’s a heavier-duty coil.

Which coil would you recommend for plowing – the TTC-2813, the TTC-2829 or the TTC-2830?

We recommend you use the TTC-2829/2830 as it’s a heavier-duty coil.

Why are TufTruck heavy-duty coils’ standard ride height shorter than the OEM ones?

It’s related to the design of our coils. We have to use thicker coil wire to make them heavy duty and if we made them to OEM height, then the truck would sit too high.