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Total Load Control - Dodge Ram Air Suspension TLC™ is the patented air suspension that solves the problems hauling or towing heavy
loads with coil springs
. Fits all 2009-15 RAM 1500 including Ecodiesel and 2014-15 RAM 2500!
No modification required
; keep the coil springs. TLC also makes units for 02-13 RAM 2500 & 02-15 RAM 3500 with leaf springs.
TLC adds over 5,000 lbs of lifting power to level any load or tow with the largest air springs on any full-size pickup – 9” Goodyear® dual bellows. Your truck will be safer, handle better and go faster around curves. TLC doesn’t interfere with the factory ride. You’ve never experienced the power of air bags until you try Total Load Control™. Easy to install; no drilling; fits leveled & body lifted trucks.
We introduced TLC on the Z and have many happy Z customers. Get Total Load Control Today !

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Do you folks pulling trailers find that you need to add things to your set-up? If so, what and for what reasons? I will be towing a tandem axle 20' trailer loaded with about 3-4 tons with my 09 Ram 1500 4x4 CC pretty soon and would like some ideas.
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I have a 2014 Ram 1500 after doing a lot of research we decided on using TLC air springs and have had mixed feelings.
I tow a 8k 29' TT and was looking to get the truck back inline with out squatting. TLC looked like the best option and it might still be, but my issues came from customer service.
Like othes that I have read since I ordered these air springs online I never got a confirmation and then after many phone calls to answering service i go a call back several days later saying yes we think your name looks familiar.
I received the springs and installed as per the very limited instructions- I think they limit the instructions so to relieve themselves of any liability.
I used the Airlift wireless compressor system which works great - don't use the cheap plastic airline or fittings that comes with the springs!
After our first trip we had both air springs fail for different reasons and after contacting TLC I was told wow never seen that. I asked questions about install to confirm I got it right and they never answered them directly if at all. I was then told I might need to modify the truck to make the install "correct" - they advertise these bolt right on and no drilling or anything- well guess not.
after spending several $100 later to get a spring replaced and shipped along with modifications to the truck they do work now but it was not due to the customer service at TLC. My machine shop was much better at solving the issues. would I recommend them- yes but be aware you will not receive any assit from the manufacturer on installation or shipping as they use USPS and very unpredictable at best.
I have 3000+ miles on them so far and now slightly more confident
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