Torklift Releases 2017 Fitments for StableLoad

Suspension stabilizer update

Torklift International just announced that StableLoad fitments for 2017 trucks are now available. Fitments for 2017 trucks include: all Ford F-150 trucks, Ford F-250 regular cab, super cab, extended cab and super cab trucks; the Ford F-350 regular cab, super crew and super cab extended; and the Ford F-450 regular cab, super crew and super cab extended. StableLoads can only be used on trucks with rear leaf spring suspensions.

Updated 2017 fitments also include the Dodge 3500 crew cab, Dodge 3500 mega cab and mega cab dually, Chevy 1500 crew cab, Chevy 2500, Chevy 3500, Toyota Tundra double cab and more.

“By using the Torklift StableLoad suspension upgrade, customers dramatically improve safety and handling while towing or hauling due to the ability of the StableLoad to enhance and complement the suspension rather than changing it like other aftermarket products,” said Torklift General Manager Jay Taylor.

Another feature of the StableLoad includes the ability to turn on and off the lower StableLoad stabilizer in seconds so you can go back to your factory suspension when you are no longer towing or hauling.

If a customer is unsure of the fitment for their vehicle, Torklift’s Tech Support is available Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PST at 800-246-8132 or by email at to verify fitments.

“It’s simple to verify fitment with a simple trick,” said Taylor. “For lower StableLoad applications, if your lower overload has a pre-drilled hole on each end of the leaf spring, you need part number A7310. If it’s not pre-drilled you need part number A7311.”

The StableLoad from Torklift International is available online or in store through select Certified Dealers. StableLoad suspension stabilizers are made in the United States and come with a Legendary Lifetime Warranty. View newly released 2017 fits, as well as new 2016 and 2015 StableLoad applications at or learn more by visiting

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