You need air lift and it will give you a smoother ride over the highway potholes and such perfect bridge transitions. Get the Air Lift with remote with the joust bumpers/bump stops built in. It will give you a slight nose up, but I have have had it this way for over five years with no problem. Do to the front fifth wheel slope, it did not add to my over all fifth wheel height.
Well I finally had a chance to weigh the truck and rv. Completely surprised at how heavy the Bighorn is. No wounder I sagged so much. I have installed airbags but have not tested them yet on a trip. That starts today with a trip to Florida.
full tank of 48 gallons of diesel, generator, AHU hitch, full DEF, 3 people=450lbs, air bags and compressor, various tools, and 10 extra gallons of diesel. Oh yea and some beer. Towed 330 miles today to Sweetwater TN. Much better with the bags. Not on the overload springs anymore. Tomorrow we head to south of Atlanta (probably Macon)
We are at the KOA off 75 at exit 97. Leaving in the morning for ST. Augustine. Staying at Stagecoach RV park. My main AC is not cooling well so I am a bit concerned. When I put the slides out here 1 of my toppers broke. The metal piece that connects the cylinder to the bracket snapped. I have it tie wrapped right now hopping it makes it to FL. Had to fix a cross threaded fitting on the toilet that had a small leak. Ahhh the life of RV'ing
The only time I weighed this truck was on a scale at a brick plant and it doesn't break it down. Truck weighed 8500lbs and the front is supposed to have 5k on it. That leaves 3500. One day I will get around to weighing the whole setup but it's not a priority since I know the RV weights (15.1k Gross and 3600 on the hitch) and they are well within the dually's ratings. Unlike the SRW I had that was marginal.