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Old 03-24-2011, 02:03 PM
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Excursion Air Baggs ?

Who makes the best baggs for a Excursion and has anyone installed on board air if so were did you put compessor exct.. and were did you buy air baggs and air tanks I'm trying to tow a 33ft toy hauler. Thanks
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Old 03-25-2011, 04:33 PM
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I have driven on bags and also on these... SuperSprings Self-Adjusting Suspension Stabilizers

Saying that I will never go back to towing with bags. For the X I got a price of 450 just for the springs. I would have to install them.
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I have driven on bags and also on these... SuperSprings Self-Adjusting Suspension Stabilizers

Saying that I will never go back to towing with bags. For the X I got a price of 450 just for the springs. I would have to install them.
He's running 37's, so has at least a 6" lift, those wont work for him. I believe bags are the only option for him to be able to haul without major squat. Pretty much firestone bags are what you'll be looking for. The kit may not be an "exact" fit, but will be close enough.
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missed the 6in lift my bad lol
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Thanks, but still do not now where to buy and anyone who has installed them on a Excursion. I'm installing new Deaver front and rear 6inch lift with the 2.5inch Icon resavoir shocks from Super Duty Headquarters in Phoneix Az. I'm trying to make it ride good and still tow. Tows great now but rides like a lumber wagon. Thanks for any help.
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I have driven on bags and also on these... SuperSprings Self-Adjusting Suspension Stabilizers

Saying that I will never go back to towing with bags. For the X I got a price of 450 just for the springs. I would have to install them.
I am doing about the same as the OP, but without the lift, on a 2WD, do mind if I ask why you prefer the SuperSprings? I want to be able to have a civilized ride when not towing, and toyhaulers are typically at 1000 lbs of tongue weight, will the SS manage that?
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Firestone Helper Airbags

I've got a set of Firestones on the rear ... but I have no lift. The kit bolted right up with no issues.
Considering you've got lift, I suggest you google companies that carry air suspension systems, and call around. Should be able to find a company that can give you that kit (so the brackets fit right) but change out the bags for ones of the correct height.

I'm not running onboard air at the moment, I ran both air hoses to the rear bumper, and stick out through the bottom two holes in the license plate.

I'm on the road at the moment, but when I get home I'll post some pics for ya.

Later!
Chris
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Call Trevor at PMF, he'll fix you up.
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