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Old 06-13-2013, 04:51 PM
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I've read the exact same things you just explained in your post. If you don't want any effect to the factory ride quality when unloaded the Airlift 1000's are the way to go. Otherwise TLC does seem to be lifting the back of the truck from stock height which is a major downside IMO.

I've been running the Airlift 1000's for about 4 months now. When not loaded I run the recommended 5 psi in them and you can't even tell they're there. Ride is just as comfortable as stock. Then when loaded I bump up the psi as needed. They definitely help a ton with leveling out the truck and stabilizing the load. Without them my truck was bouncing up and down like crazy when towing. Now with them it keeps it very smooth and rides very nice.
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