Originally Posted by badbilly62
hi all i have went the airbag route twice.no issues but on my new 1500 im going to try the timbrens , seems to be a very economical way to go if they work as good as if heard and an easy install.im not sure if they will work on the 1500 yet,i better check it out.i know people were putting them on the ram 2500,s instead off airbags and liked them.just a side note if you dont want to bend over all the time to air your bags up you can put your air valve under your fuel filler door.i put a Y in the line and used single valve.just a newbies .02 cents
I have the timbrens on mine, installed them last spring, excellent product, they replace your factory bump stops. When unloaded, they sit about an inch above the axle, so they don't affect the factory ride, when you load up, whether it's a load in the box or you hook to a trailer, your truck will settle til the timbrens come in contact with axle, they soak up alot of the load and pretty much stop the rear from sagging, all the while relieving your factory suspension. No more concern, they are maintenance free.