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Old 02-07-2019, 06:24 PM   #11
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OK, is this truck "SAGGING" ?


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Old 02-09-2019, 12:37 PM   #12
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OK, is this truck "SAGGING" ?


Looks good Cummins!!

Some guys KNOW everything...........
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Old 02-09-2019, 12:42 PM   #13
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Just a general statement, nothing personal. I don't do the Friend request thingy.
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Old 02-09-2019, 01:25 PM   #14
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Thanks guys! We brought the RV home from having some warranty work done yesterday. I paid attention during the 230 mile ride home and I'm certain that I'm staying on the overloads.



I am going to take a hard look at air bags and will probably add a set. I can see how that could really help with the bounce when we hit the bridge approach slabs and then the bridge ends. I may add the Bilsteins also. I wanted to wait and get a little more wear out of the stock shocks but if it makes a difference I'm all for it.
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Old 02-09-2019, 04:00 PM   #15
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Thanks guys! We brought the RV home from having some warranty work done yesterday. I paid attention during the 230 mile ride home and I'm certain that I'm staying on the overloads.



I am going to take a hard look at air bags and will probably add a set. I can see how that could really help with the bounce when we hit the bridge approach slabs and then the bridge ends. I may add the Bilsteins also. I wanted to wait and get a little more wear out of the stock shocks but if it makes a difference I'm all for it.

On my 11 DRW pictured above I dumped the stock shocks at an early mileage and added the Bilstien's. I also added PacBrake bags and set them to 30psi LOADED.

First pic is with no bags with 4,500# pin weight. Second pic is with bags at 30psi. The ride height did not change but the ride quality was AMAZING after!!!

Do it you WILL thank me!
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Old 02-10-2019, 06:34 AM   #16
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"Just a general statement, nothing personal. I don't do the Friend request thingy."
Where did that come from, and what is a friend request?
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Old 02-10-2019, 08:50 AM   #17
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"Just a general statement, nothing personal. I don't do the Friend request thingy."
Where did that come from, and what is a friend request?
Guess it did not apply to you.

I had a Friend Request, figured without calling anyone out I just made a simple statement.

If I replied NO it would not explain why. Guess I could have sent a PM but hey may as tell everyone I have enough FRIENDS!
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Old 02-10-2019, 03:54 PM   #18
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I don’t know what it’s for, but I suspect it is more for the Facebook crowd. So that one can sit in a restaurant with all your friends, stare at your phone the whole time, and try to get everyone to look at the “Uncle Phil does a backflip in his undies” picture.
But i digress, sorry.
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I'm one of the few that uses a Gooseneck. I've never had a fifth wheel prior to this one and know nothing about typical 5th wheel hitches. But I do know that they are heavy, cumbersome, and take up space in the bed of the truck. In a lot of other forums, and a few trucks that I've ridden in with a 5, there's a lot of complaining about clunking going on. My Gooseneck is MorRyde and DRV approved, makes no noise, disappears when the trailer is unhooked, and I cannot imagine a better towing experience. Initially, I did notice some slippage in the joints that are secured with large bolts, but after I got it where I want it, I brought in a welder and he sealed/welded both joints all the way around.
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