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Old 04-06-2019, 04:00 PM   #21
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Sorry for the ignorance but why the modification? My 2017 F350 Super Duty pulls my 2018 Eagle HT just fine.
The HT comparable to mine is about 2200lbs lighter GVRW. My intent of this thread was to see if anyone is using the air shocks in tandem with the air bags. I am wanting to level the truck for towing for a safer better ride. I drive up and down US93 between Vegas and Twin Falls for work. This road is heavily traveled by RV's and cattle stock trailers that aren't sitting level and I am constantly blinded by their headlights. I don't want to be one of them.!!
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I just went through the same decision process for my 2018 F250. If you just want better shocks, go with Bilsteins. Much better than factory. If you want to control squat/ ride comfort, that’s a different story. I Went with Airlift for two reasons. 1. The Firestone’s are a real pain to install in the newer trucks and 2. Also wanted the internal jounce that comes in the Airlift 5000 line. Have towed “Fillmore” a little over 500 miles so far and couldn’t be happier.
I am looking to control squat/ comfort. I have decided to go with the Airlift myself along with the Bilsteins.
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I used the Firestone airbags with an Airlift compressor and wireless controller on my 07 F350 DRW and am very happy.
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Bilstein shocks also.
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I have had the Air Lift and Rancho rs9000xl adjustable shocks on two different trucks and have been very satisfied with both.
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Firestone Ride Rites on my F250 with over 100k of towing Pinnacle 38FLSA and now my North Point 315RLST. 60# air for Pinnacle, 40# for North Point. Works like a dream. Like haveing F350 without the harsh ride. Just adjust air with towing/without when not towing.
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