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Old 05-03-2004, 05:50 PM
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Old 05-03-2004, 07:09 PM
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I have the air bags and a 3"ift, There is nothing better than a level truck and trailer. This is with 60psi.
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Old 05-03-2004, 08:51 PM
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Mr. Demeanor- where are those rubber spacer blocks? Better measure the thickness of the very bottom spring too.
Do a search on the net for somthing like F250 F350 difference and you will find a bunch of info.

The X's ride nicer so I imagine there are some other diferences with the X.
 
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BUY A CHEVY WITH "AUTORIDE" AND YOUR DONE
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Old 05-03-2004, 10:37 PM
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BUY A CHEVY WITH "AUTORIDE" AND YOUR DONE
Have they put a diesel in the mini van...I mean Suburban yet?
 
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Buck183 I want the vehicle level when I trailer the boat, for those of you saying go with the air bags is that with a self leveling compressor installed or without.
An Air Bad system can be set up a few different ways depending on needs and budget. You can air them up manually, do an onboard compressor that you adjust to your needs, or do a regulated set up. Nothing wrong with any of them. Just that some are easier to use than others.

If you want to tow a heavier load level than Air Bags it is. I'm putting two sets on this weeks for customers. Money well spent IMO.

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Doin the Air Bag thing with the compresser/in the cab adjustment Wed. on the Ex.
Need to tow the 42 level.
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Air bags is the key to towing. Can't go wrong.
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