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Old 08-24-2014, 09:47 PM
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First off, let me say I read the guide thread and that's how I essentially got to this point. I appreciate all the great info there and throughout the forum. I'm looking at doing 5100's, AirLift in the rear and then tires. I was simply going to do a level kit, but after reading the concerns regarding the ball joints decided to go with the 5100's. My concern is I tow a travel trailer and that if I level, then hook that up I'll have even more sag, that's where the AirLift comes in, as well as getting into some LT tires with increased load range. And yes, will probably get WD hitch adjusted as well.

Just looking for anyone that's been down this route, or any feedback.

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Yes, definitely been there. I ran a 2.5" leveling kit on my 1500 with airlift bags in the rear. Here's a thread on that - http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=142443
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If you tow with a weight distribution hitch you won't have a problem with sag. Go for it.
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