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Do air shocks work?
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smokehorsej
Reg. Dec 2006
Posted 2011-05-09 6:47 PM (#5227)
Subject: Do air shocks work?





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Our new trailer is right on the edge of too much for my single wheel F350. does putting air shocks on the rear of a vehicle help? Anyone have improvement or none from this? We are going to Colorado next week and hauling my husband's Gold Wing in my trailer. Kind of late to worry but any suggestion is appreciated. Thanks!
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hogtownboss
Reg. Jan 2009
Posted 2011-05-10 1:30 PM (#5228 - in reply to #5227)
Subject: RE: Do air shocks work?





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Airshocks, NO not really these are a big waste of time and money.

However something like FIRESTONE AIRBAGS would be a good investment for any type truck. We have owned many trucks and most with the airbags.
This will stable and help level your ride but will not increase what you can carry and never go over your trucks weight limit.
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smokehorsej
Reg. Dec 2006
Posted 2011-05-10 6:37 PM (#5229 - in reply to #5227)
Subject: RE: Do air shocks work?





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Thanks for the response. What about Super Springs by Mr Truck?
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PaulChristenson
Reg. Jan 2007
Posted 2011-05-12 8:34 PM (#5232 - in reply to #5229)
Subject: RE: Do air shocks work?






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Location: Vermont
smokehorsej - 2011-05-10 7:37 PM Thanks for the response. What about Super Springs by Mr Truck?



I have a set of them on my old K2500 for towing a larger gooseneck...they work well and they showed up very quickly after ordering them... ...just make sure you do NOT EXCEED the capacity of the axle to carry the total load...
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