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I was reading up on some rear air ride suspension that you can get to accommodate a heavy loaded cargo ...





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Old 06-23-2010, 10:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was reading up on some rear air ride suspension that you can get to accommodate a heavy loaded cargo area or Cargo rack on the hitch... Even to help out with trailering.

If you have done this are know anything about it I would like to find out about this. Gotta set your Mod's priorities.
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So what have you found out about air rides?
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I am still looking... All I have found is some universal kits for right now!
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Are you wanting to bag it, or just for towing?
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If I found a quality kit I would lower it 2" just as long that it does not sacrifice the ride quality...
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I wish Pedders would make a spring set for us....But for a stock SUV I will say we have a pretty good suspension setup.
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Yeah you are right... It would be worth the wait for a quality kit to be made!
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If I am interpreting this correctly, what you are looking at is RideRite air helper bags. I worked as an installer doing truck accessories for quite some time. I have not been up under my Nox yet to say exactly whether or not it would work for you but those are designed for extreme loads. I honestly don't think you will squat your ride with that much weight ever.
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