SumoSprings upgrade for Sprinter van applications

Upgraded SumoSprings for Sprinter 2500

SuperSprings Product Bulletin 12 Comments

SuperSprings International (Carpinteria, California) announced new upgraded rear SumoSprings for Sprinter 2500 van and RV applications. Part number SSR-329-47 supersedes part number SSR-325-47. The ease of installation for the new part number is identical to the previous version. What has been upgraded is 50% more of SumoSprings’ patented micro-cellular urethane material is used for the new SumoSprings. This provides additional support and sway reduction, particularly for heavily loaded RV’s and vans. The added material increases the amount of energy the SumoSprings can absorb and dissipate, increasing ride comfort and driver control.

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  1. I am looking to order sumo springs for my mercedes sprinter 2015, model 2500, rear drive

    The load on this truck is light

    If I understand well, the blue sumo springs ssf-106-40 (blue) are the soft one … is it right ?

    Now for the rear springs I dont see any color code ??? witch model fits for light load ?

    I am looking for comfort by adding theses springs


    1. Dear Edgar Garcia

      I bought the sumo springs as you have recommended for a sprinter 2500 year 2015 and have it installed.

      Thes rear springs that you have recommended (SSR-329-47) does not event touch the axle ???
      Here is your reply:
      Edgar Garcia
      APRIL 25, 2018 AT 9:56 AM
      Hi John,

      Correct, the SSF-106-40 (blue) are for a lighter load capacity. For the rear, we recomend going with the SSR-329-47 which are designed to improve overall driver control and ride comfort. Please see below for a direct links to the products in our store.



      Let us know if you have any other questions.

      As I told you in my previous message, my van as a very light load on it

      So it does not do any improvement because there is a 1 inch gap before touching the axe

      What ca you do to solve the problem !!!

      from Montreal

      1. Hello John,

        My name is Peter. First off, thank you for trying SumoSprings out! Now, regarding your question, every application is unique, so this does happen from time to time. The Sumosprings Solo kit is designed to leave anywhere from 1/4 of an inch to an inch of clearance between the SumoSprings, and the nearest contact point. The amount of clearance varies, but may be closer to that one inch mark on lighter applications (as you’ve seen with yours). We do have a couple other options available for a 2015 Sprinter 2500 2WD, but in order to recommend the best possible option, is there any way you’d be able to email me a picture of the current set-up? Preferably with the SumoSprings installed. My email is [email protected].

        Once again, thanks for trying SumoSprings, and for contacting us. I look forward to hearing back from you.

    1. Hi Jim,

      Thank you for reaching out to us! To answer your first question yes, you can purchase SumoSprings right here at our factory/offices.
      Our address is:

      SuperSprings International, Inc.
      505 Maple Avenue
      Carpinteria, CA 93013

      We do not perform any installations here. We can recommend a couple nearby installers we are familiar with however. We are here Monday through Friday, from 8am to 5pm PST. Feel free to stop by when you can!

  2. Hello there, I own a 2016 Sprinter 2500 passenger van, I have recently replaced ball joints, struts and shocks and fitted Michelin M+S tires.
    However, my van rides hard on the front end, especially over bridge expansion joints and uneven pavement.
    I want to buy the best ride improvement possible. i typically carry 5 or 6 people at most.
    Any ideas?
    John Carter

  3. We own a 2016 Winnebago View Sprinter diesel. The actual Chassis is a 2015 Sprinter. We have developed some sway as things age. It is now noticeably swaying when parked and in windy / highway situations. Exactly what upgrade would you suggest without overkill. Thanks for your time.

    1. Hi Mike,

      Let’s get that sway taken care of! We have a wide range of part numbers that can help your situation. However, the model of the Sprinter will tell us exactly which SumoSprings part numbers we should be talking about. Can you answer these two questions?

      Is your Sprinter a 2500 or 3500 model?
      Is your Sprinter 4×2 or 4×4?

      Thanks again Mike!

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