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Old 04-29-2013, 05:48 PM
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But if you are going to tow within your prescribed manufacturers limits, the coil suspension will be fine. There's always using a utility trailer in tow that can handle the payload so the bed of your truck doesn't have to. And I know GT means well (sorry GT), and probably hates his smooth riding coil suspension but if you consider a Nissan Armada and it's coil suspension, my wife, and six grown adult kids with a 6500lb Pontoon in tow, handled it just fine for two years worth before downsizing. Of course the Armada has a 5.6L V8 to boot.
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