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    Alright, you talked me into it. Ordered the air lift kit today.

    Thanks (I think),

    Al
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    Good for you, Al. You'll be happy.
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    Look guys sorry about my minivan I was at work you know I am a landscaper and made my bobcat trailer out of leftover material. I thunk it worked real good.

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    On vacation we saw the best thing, i wish i could have gotten a picture. You always see these Mexican guys towing a Toyota with a Toyota using those tow bars.

    We say a Toyota towing a car trailer with a Chevy 1500 on it. Man was that a backward looking deal, and his bumper would literally spark on every bump in the highway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cab13367 View Post
    Alright, you talked me into it. Ordered the air lift kit today.

    Thanks (I think),

    Al
    Al you won't be sorry, trust me ! Sounds like a used car salesman huh! Seriously, remember one thing, those era Durangos are heavy but couple that with a short wheelbase and their screwy short front shock setup and they have a nasty habit of "dancing" on the highway. In fact i'm putting on a set of the Monroe Reflex shocks next week on hers, they really help eliminate the "Durango Dance"! I've also been told cutting an 1/8" off of the frame bumpers in front helps the 2wd models.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmandley View Post
    50psi and she was level and rode like there was no boat on the back of her.
    50 psi?? I thought this was a low pressure system?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Razzman View Post
    Al you won't be sorry, trust me ! Sounds like a used car salesman huh! Seriously, remember one thing, those era Durangos are heavy but couple that with a short wheelbase and their screwy short front shock setup and they have a nasty habit of "dancing" on the highway. In fact i'm putting on a set of the Monroe Reflex shocks next week on hers, they really help eliminate the "Durango Dance"! I've also been told cutting an 1/8" off of the frame bumpers in front helps the 2wd models.
    Razz,

    Our Durango pulls our boat straight and true - we don't have the Durango Dance. Must have been an option that didn't come on ours

    I am looking forward to a level riding rig though.

    Al
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    Quote Originally Posted by cab13367 View Post
    50 psi?? I thought this was a low pressure system?
    Up to 100psi max. When no load i run 5-10 psi in the bags depending on the road conditions. Boat with no load in bed around 35 psi and boat with camping load is 60 psi.
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    It doesn't take much air to get 50 PSI Al. I just touched the compressor line on the inlet to the Air bag and then checked it with the gauge and it peged at 50.

    I don't really know if that's whats in there, the gauge that came with the kit only reads 50 and the kit is a 100PSI deal. go figure LOL.

    I can say towing the last couple times now with the new Air Bags has been great. The truck rides like there's no boat there, and now i don't have to stand on my bumper to hook up the boat and un hook it LOL.
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