Birds Eye view of the 2013 SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV

2014 SEMA Show – Almost Time!

The 2014 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, NV is just around the corner – 3 weeks to be exact. That means its time to check out what the industry has been up to this past year and meet with some of our favourite customers. But it also means that we get to see some new trucks and […]
SEMA Award for Best New Off-Road Product of The Year

Another First For The Axle-Less

  You may have noticed some posts lately on popular social sharing sites such as Facebook, Twitter or Google+ regarding something new for our Axle-Less trailer suspension. In November of 2011 our Axle-Less trailer suspension won the Best New Off-Road Product of The Year award – pretty exciting! Since then it has taken off, selling […]
Ford Raptor vs Chevrolet Reaper

Ford Raptor vs. Chevy Reaper

Ever since the Ford Raptor hit the market in 2010, the competition has looked on with curiosity – and perhaps a little skepticism. Some thought it was a fad, and that it wouldn’t last. But the Raptor has proven to be more popular than Ford originally predicted at the time of its first launch. And […]
This is an example of a spring most often used in a Severe Service Suspension enhancement system

The Truth About “Severe Service” Kits

Let’s be honest. The customer service team at Timbren gets calls from customers all the time who think the load they’re hauling requires a “severe service” kit. Somehow they think ‘more’ is better. The truth about “severe service” is… not everyone needs it! You may ask, “What’s so special about a severe service kit?”   […]
Air Bags vs. Timbren Suspension Enhancement Systems

Think Air Bags Are The Answer To Your Suspension Problems? Think Again

“I was going to install an air ride system on my pick-up, until I found your product online.  Should I go with your product or stay with air ride?” Fair enough. Here’s how air ride compares with Aeon® hollow rubber springs found inside our Suspension Enhancement Systems.   1. Ride quality  Air ride has one thing […]
Timbren booth at the 2014 NTEA Work Truck Show

2014 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis – Booth# 4676

If you’re in Indy for the 2014 National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) Work Truck Show stop by booth# 4674 and say hi to the guys. Our President, Neil Hodgson, along with Larry Gillies and our new Vice President of Sales Jim Betournay are in town for the show. Take some time to stop by and […]
A Jeep Rubicon Unlimited Off-Road in the sand with Timbren Suspension Enhancement System

Awesome Off-Roading!

“Clank!” If that sound is coming from your suspension it’s not a good thing. If you ‘bottomed’ the springs on your off-road vehicle the metallic “clank” means metal is hitting metal. And you’re at risk of bending or breaking your suspension.   The only way to fix that problem is to install rubber jounce stops. […]
Off-road vehicle and trailer crossing a river with Timbren Axle-Less Trailer Suspension.

Are You Ready To Off-Road?

It’s been a long, cold winter. And it caught many of us by surprise. Can you believe how cold it got? Some weren’t prepared for the amount of ice and snow that fell from the sky.  And others weren’t prepared for any snow! Be that as it may, it’s always a good idea to be […]
Timbren's New Vice President of Sales Jim Betournay

Timbren Announces New VP of Sales

Timbren Industries has announced the appointment of Jim Betournay to the position of vice president of sales. Betournay will take over all responsibility for directing the company’s sales efforts. He brings extensive sales experience in the North American automotive parts business.  
An illustration showing how Timbren Suspension Enhancement Systems add durability to your vehicle

How To Use Timbren Suspension Enhancement For Vehicle Safety

1. They level your load There’s nothing worse than trying to drive a truck that – under a significant load – is unbalanced.  Let’s say your pick-up truck has a load of firewood in the back.  Consequently, your suspension is sagging much further than it should… and your headlights are pointing up into the trees…  […]