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Suggestion - Auto leveling for towing

Old 01-31-2019, 07:18 PM
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Hoping for a couple recommendations.. Had a Nissan Armada prior to my new F150 which had an auto leveling rear suspension that detected a load and pumped up the back end until level. I am looking for a similar after market unit that functions the same. I have seen a couple recommendations for a Firestone units but none were automatic in nature. Anyone out there have one that auto-levels or should I just opt for an in dash aftermarket control to manage the pressure and compressor.

Problem - Trailer rides a little low and I am afraid I could get high-centered on a steep ramp. Donít want to raise the hitch or my tailgate wonít open without risking damage. Boat rides great so I am reluctant to mess with tongue weight and the trucks suspension looks fine when under load. Just need to raise the rig up a couple inches while trailering.

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SumoSpring Solo, mounted 1” off the axle. Reduces squat and porpoising and zero maintenance.
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