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Old April 23rd, 2012, 08:54 PM   #3
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I pulled the 36' 2-car gooseneck with 2 heavy Jeeps behind my 1-ton non-dually. The firestone airbags made ALL the difference in the world. It makes it easier to level the truck/trailer but really it just makes the ride WAY more comfortable. You can do it easily without, but you will enjoy the ride more with the bags. Ideally you want the rear of the truck to squat 2-4" fully loaded. You just have to play with loading the trailer to get the load balanced right. Mine I could pull one Jeep most of the way onto the trailer, squat the truck around 2-3", then load the second Jeep and it would sit almost directly over the tires of the trailer. It pulled great like that. I typically put about 20-25 psi in the bags.
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