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Old 04-18-2013, 07:52 AM   #1
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Question So does this beast look like it sits too low ? Air Bags ?

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Old 04-18-2013, 08:56 AM   #2
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Looks like it could use something. Pin weight must be pretty high.
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Wow, that thing is massive! Airbags would help you bring the truck up off the overload springs which would level you out and help your ride considerably. Do you have any more pics of that rig your'd like to share?
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This all I have right now:
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Cool, thanks. Would love to see some more when you get them! Maybe some interior shots too
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Here's one of the interior:

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That is a fine looking rig....gratz X2
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Kenny, there are many rear suspension enhancement products out there. I researched most of them and wound up putting Timbrens on my 2012 F-250 6.7 PSD because my Eagle TT has a 1400 lb tongue and that's all I tow with my truck. I didn't want to mess with airbags but for the most part, from the reviews, people love them. I think all of them do an adequate job, depends on how much you want to spend and mess with. BTW, the Timbrens took all the load off my overloads. Hope this helps, Terry
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Don't think you will be pulling thru a McDonalds drive thru and ordering a Big Mac haha.. How much does the two flag trucks on both ends with flashing lights cost you rolling down the Interstate.

Thats a bunch of trailer... Big enough for steps leading up to skyline sitting area on top maybe... Maybe a two lane bowling alley inside like the big Airstreams have.

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Nice looking rig!
I use Firestone airbags and absolutely love them. I've logged approx 30,000 towing miles in the past 5 months with everything from 6000 lb TTs to 14,000 lb 5ers and can't imagine towing without them.
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