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air ride receiver hitch #12382455
08/11/17 09:39 PM
08/11/17 09:39 PM
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EPIC Steve Offline OP
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I have a dodge 4x4 3500 and a 22 ft bay boat. When going down the hiway and hit a bump it jars the frount of my boat on the trailer. I also have a chev 2500 4x4 with the same Boat I can hit the same bump with little to no jarrin g. I was thinking about getting a
air ride receiver hitch. Has any on ever had one or any expreance with air ride hitches?
My dodge rides like a tank but will also pull a tank lol

Re: air ride receiver hitch [Re: EPIC Steve] #12383516
08/12/17 08:42 PM
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Sorry I can't help you with your direct question. However, for reference, i have a 3500 drw Silverado and I find that if I air down the tires 10lbs each it smoothes out the ride some without losing any ability to tow what I'm towing. And I'm probably not telling you anything you don't know but thought I'd share just in case.


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