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Old 02-07-2012, 01:18 AM
Ninjabootsampler Ninjabootsampler is offline
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Shockwave, I have the Bilsteins on all four corners and the difference in rear sag is so slight that you can only really tell by using a tape measure. The best way that i would suggest to reduce sag when towing would be airbags. I dont have them in my Dodge, but i do in my '92 Chev and they work awesome. I will be putting them in my Ram in the near future, before summer so i can tow my 26' travel trailer with little to no sag as my chev does. They are fairly inexpensive and they work great. Just for your info, I have the Firestone ride-rite in my chev and they had no ill effect on stock ride quality.
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