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Helper Springs?

I need helper springs for my new 2012 F250 and was thinking about either going with HELLWIG Helper Springs or the SUPER SPRINGS Helper Springs. Does anyone have advice on either of these two brands. I will be getting them because I haul a 5th wheel camper and as is it squats. Not a big fan of airbags. Any help or thoughts would be appreciated.

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I have a set of super springs on my work truck. when the truck has a lot of weight in it its rides ok but when its unloaded I feel ever crack and bump in the road. When its time for a new one I will be putting on air bags in it.
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I just added an add a leaf to my f250 install was very easy and it rides better than stock, also lifted the rear about an inch unloaded. I will be towing a 31 ft camper next week, this was do in preparation for this. I used these. 2011 / 2012 Ford F250 Super Duty short add a leaf

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