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Old 04-22-2010, 11:14 PM
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It sounds like bags are the way to go to solve almost all your problems. They will smooth out the ride quality and adjust the height to where ever you want it to be regardless of weight. Now, you can get all you need from places like airbagit.com, and if you want, an Air Ride programmer with heights you can set yourself and it'll pressure the bags up as needed to maintain ride height. Make sure you get yourself a 100% duty cycle compressor and a 4/5gal stainless tank if you want to keep everything clean and problem free. You should pick up a 2600 bag since you've got a full size truck, and look at how much travel you want, then choose your bag accordingly. remember, the larger the bag's diameter, the less pressure needed to raise if which means a smoother ride and less wear on the compressor.
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