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Old 10-03-2011, 09:04 PM   #1
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Suspension Air Bags

Is there any (good) value to having air bags installed on a travel trailer or even a light duty pickup to improve the ride and/or stability?
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On a trailer? NO. adding shocks is probably the biggest positive you can do on a trailer. On a truck? Maybe. If all you want to do is level a truck that is sagging a bit when loaded, but is still within the manufacturers GVWR/GCWR numbers then yes air bags certainly will help. But, if your TV is overloaded, no amount of band aids will change the fact you are overloaded.
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