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Shackles and Bags back on - PSI question

I installed mt +3 shackles (no longer have add a leaf or 1" block from 4 inch pro comp lift) and installed the Airlift bags. I must say the ride it much better and the truck sits WAY better in the rear. This is at 15psi. Unloaded. What do you guys run your bags at with an empty bed?

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pressure gauges usually have a large degree for error reading low psi like 15psi. keeping that in mind i keep mine at 12psi (using digital calibration gauge) so iknow its 12psi. anything lower seems to increase bed bounce. i also found before i switched to CB bushings i was able to run lower psi wothout the bed bounce. Side note i usually have about 100lbs of gear in the bed at all times.

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