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Old 01-24-2022, 12:01 PM   #41
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Air Bags.

I am surprised there is so little talk about air bags.
I installed a set of rear bags on my 2019 25R.
They cured all of the issues everyone is talking about. Swaying, overloaded springs, ride height ex. Mine are set up with individual air valves for each bag. This way you can correct for uneven loading.
I wouldn't hesitate for and instant to install them again.
In my opinion this is your best bang for the buck.
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Old 02-25-2022, 08:28 PM   #42
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I measured my rear leaf and I have 3.5" from the bottom of the leaf spring on the top to the top of the leaf spring on the bottom (shortest distance between the two) under load. When everyone was measuring in previous posts, was it always the shortest distance under load and then you changed it to 2" under load?
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Old 02-26-2022, 08:22 AM   #43
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I am surprised there is so little talk about air bags.
I installed a set of rear bags on my 2019 25R.
They cured all of the issues everyone is talking about. Swaying, overloaded springs, ride height ex. Mine are set up with individual air valves for each bag. This way you can correct for uneven loading.
I wouldn't hesitate for and instant to install them again.
In my opinion this is your best bang for the buck.


I agree! , one of the 2nd things I did was install airbags on my Redhawk, (first was the steering damper), however, the airbagís did not completely take care of that sway. (The tail wagging the dog), for that I had the SUper Steer track bar installed, together, the rig finally is comfortable to drive! But the bags alone wasnít enough. But all of this is simply physics, it depends on how much of a rear overhang you have past the rear axels, if itís not much, (5í or under), the bags might be all you need.
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