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Torklift International kicks off 2015 with the StableLoad Challenge, a feature that will demonstrate customer’s reactions while they try the suspension stabilizer, according to a news release.

Once a week, the company displays different people trying the StableLoad and their video reaction when they drive a loaded truck with and without StableLoads.

During the StableLoad Challenge, participants who also truck camp or tow a trailer regularly were asked to drive a Ford F-150 loaded down with and without StableLoads so they could share their reactions on camera as they were driving.

“When driving the Ford F-150 without StableLoads, the drivers were concerned about loss of control, side to side sway and an overall bumpy ride,” said Torklift International General Manager Jay Taylor. “Once they drove the truck that had the StableLoads installed, they were blown away.”

The StableLoad Challenge was conducted using Ford F-150s. The StableLoad works with all Ford trucks, Chevrolet trucks, Dodge trucks, full size vans, SUVs and more. It essentially works with any vehicle that has an upper or lower factory overload leaf spring.

The StableLoad acts as a suspension stabilizer attaching to the factory leaf spring. When the vehicle is under load, whether towing or hauling, the vehicle’s rear springs become compressed but commonly do not activate the factory overloads, according to the release.

Learn more about the StableLoad at Torklift.com.

To see more about the Challenge, click here.

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