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Old 05-02-2021, 10:02 AM   #21
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I have 7000 bags and WirelessOne compressor on my RAM 3500. Mainly to level the TV and take some of the bounce out when roads are rough.
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Old 05-02-2021, 10:05 AM   #22
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Wow, can't win with you folks.
I digress.
12,400#
He could be the Chief of the Weight Police.
Wonder if they should be defunded.
FWIW I'm licensed for 15000.
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Old 05-02-2021, 10:37 AM   #23
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Last week I purchased a set of Airlift Load Lifter 5000 Ultimate bags for my F250. The shop had to order them and I'm scheduled to have them installed on Monday.
Today, I purchased an F350 and traded in the F250.
My question is this:
If by chance the bags fit a F350 is there even a need for airbags on the F350?
The max GVW of my trailer is
17k
Check for fit. I had just installed airlift 5000 ultimate on an 2019 F350 dually . I
removed them to install on my 2021 F350 dually and they will not fit. Some things were changed on the axle especially on the driver side. Both are 4:10.. I don't really think I need airbags although the 40 ft Alpine drops it about an 1 1/2.
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Old 05-06-2021, 07:27 AM   #24
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I put a 7500XL kit with the wireless on my 3500HD just to eliminate the slight squat. The ride is much improved on bad roads and everything is perfectly level. It certainly feels more stable.
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Old 05-06-2021, 10:28 AM   #25
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Last week I purchased a set of Airlift Load Lifter 5000 Ultimate bags for my F250. The shop had to order them and I'm scheduled to have them installed on Monday.
Today, I purchased an F350 and traded in the F250.
My question is this:
If by chance the bags fit a F350 is there even a need for airbags on the F350?
The max GVW of my trailer is 17k
I have the air bags with on board compressor and remote and love them. They really smooth out the ride as well as help level things. The Air Rides also have a phone app that you can use as a remote through Bluetooth. Put them on!
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Old 05-06-2021, 11:05 AM   #26
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I am adding air bags for on my 3500 Ram. It will hopefully make me level again. I am just under on weights but want a better ride loaded. Is your new tuck dual rear or single rear? If single rear you will be close if not a little over due to GVW of your trailer. If dual rear wheel you should not have an issue.
Just wondering how the air bags worked for you. I have a 2021 RAM 3500 SWD and I'm thinking of adding them.
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Old 05-06-2021, 02:09 PM   #27
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I had a local shop install a pair of Air Lift LoadLifter 7500XL air bags on the rear of my 2011 F350 SRW on April 2nd. They really helped level my truck with my Lance camper, as well as when I connected my 11,900# Keystone Tailgator fifth wheel (separately, obviously). I ordered these on March 19th, so it took about two weeks to get them ordered and scheduled with the local shop, which was very backed up due to hiring shortage. When I was checking out, I noticed an advertisement for a $75 rebate through June if you buy them and have them installed by a licensed dealer. My $75 check came yesterday! If you qualify, don't forget to have the shop give you the box, as you will need the USB code on the box.
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Old 05-06-2021, 03:07 PM   #28
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Absolutely! I just did my first long-haul with brand new TV and 2nd year camper. The 5000 series Air Lifts gave an outstanding ride. Only need about 28-30 pounds but man what a difference
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