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Old 02-12-2016, 04:51 AM   #43
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I would advise using the weight inflation chart for your tires. Add 10 psi fronts and 5psi rears to what the chart says for the actual load. This will give you the best tire wear.

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Thanks for the advice

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Old 02-12-2016, 05:26 PM   #45
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Don't get down on the Forum, yes there are a lot here who bleed money and don't understand some of us don't. Lots of great people here with a great deal of knowledge to help with proplems.

I added the Air Spring 1000 to my 2013 Ram 1500 5.7, best $80 bucks ( Amazon ) i have ever spend on the tow vehicle, got rid of the little bit of squat we had. and improved the firmness of the rear will towing.

Also just added the Husky Centerline TS WDH, another great disicion, great sway control.

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Thanks that's exactly what I was hoping to hear

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