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post #1 of 3 Old 05-26-2012, 09:10 PM Thread Starter
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levelling kits / air bags

I am looking for suggestions on levelling kits for my 2011. nothing fancy but probably a 2.5" spacer for the front end. Also air bags for the rear. I was hoping someone would have advice on any brands to stay clear of or recomendations of stuff that you have used. I'm stock right now but wanting to change a couple things. thanks for your input, Steve
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I have Firestone Ride Right airbags on my '09. Am very happy with them. Install was relatively easy and straightforward. I got the Firestone package which included the airbags, heavy duty compressor, and gauge with the switch for adding or decreasing air pressure. Bought two 3 gallon air tanks so I could run on-board air and an air horn/train horn. If you get airbags, it is worthwhile to buy a small tank so you can have on-board air. Think I paid $60 each for my tanks and added two quick connects on the right and left rear wheel wells.

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i went with firestone. i dont have a compressor cuse the weight never changes. just wanted to level my truck.


cut me some slack, its a work truck.
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