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+! on the jounce bumpers in Airlift bags. I had them on a 2011 and it bucked quite a bit. I now have a 2017 and am thinking about going either Hellwig bags or Firestone, or maybe Hellwig helper spring. Bags are somewhat of a headache to keep check on unless you spend mucho denero to get wireless compressor system. I used a little 12volt compressor I stashed behind my seat in the 2011 with the valves mounted behind the fuel filler lid. Now I cant store a compressor behind the seat :-( - Thanks Toyota....
I can't help but think I want to try the springs - for $100 it seems like a decent gamble. If I understand correctly, you can back them off if you don't want or need much help. Maybe the ride would not be much worse than with low pressure bags.
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...old fart that likes over-engineering...
Last edited by cknpro; 05-15-2017 at 05:38 PM.