Timbrens are great. Yes, they're definately easier to install..no doubt. I asked the same question here a while back and ended up with air bags. Did alot of research and got alot of good feedback from actual air bag owners. I'm not bashing Timbrens, just broadening your scope. But, they DO NOT eliminate squat. Regardless to what you ever heard..squat IS NOT good. Ever hear a truck driver say,"Squat is good"? Ever wonder why semi manufacturers use air ride suspension exclusively? I've yet to see a 54' flatbed trailer hauling block with leaf springs and Timbrens. Air bags are the best option for heavy loads..period. Kenworth knows it. Petebuilt knows it. They all do. The loads we all put on our TV's ARE considered heavy loads for that vehicle. Now, that being said, I know we're not hauling brick to contruction sites. But we are hauling our loved ones and there is no more precious cargo in the world than that. Again, not bashing fellow Timbrens users. Just my opinion.
2013 Jayco Eagle 328 RLTS
2012 Ford F250 6.2L 4x4 CCSB W/Air Lift air bags
2002 Coleman Bayside Elite (traded)
Me, Momma and Charles (RIP buddy)
And introducing Sofie!! ;)