Originally Posted by retispcsi
I have a 2014 Ram 3500 dually 4x4 and I also tow a MS mine is a 2015 38RSSA. Yes the new trucks run a little higher. I use a B & W 3600 mated to the factory under mounts. Mine has mor ryde suspension and to raise it I will need to have 2in. risers welded in. I had a Cedar Creek previously that I towed with an 2003 and a 2012 Ram. I had a similar problem but found a simple fix. If you have the traditional axle, springs, shackle, suspension find a good trailer suspension shop. I raised mine one bolt hole and at the same time had the bushings and equalizers replaced. This gave me about 2 in list on the trailer. They can also do other adjustments if needed. You will have to remember you are now higher. You want to maintain at least 6in clearance with your bed rails. If you lower your hitch head you might not have enough room in you box and may ding your bed rails on tight turns. I did that on my 2003 Ram.
I have a B&W Companion in my 2011 RAM Dually 4x4 and tow a MS 36SB3 I have 6" bed clearance and I have lowered all the springs so the RV sits as high as possible and the MS sits about 2" high in the front.
I have a 2015 3500 RAM Dually 4x4 on order with rear air ride and will be using the B&W 3600. When ordering a new MS it will have that MorRyde and the 2" spacer installed.