We have a 2014 Tacoma Access 2wd that is used primarily to provide personal daily transportation for me and my wife and is also used as a pull behind on our motorhome. My wife needs physical assistance and uses an electric wheelchair for walking distances greater than 50 yards. Therefore we have installed a 500/5000 lb hitch and use a wheelchair carrier to transport the chair. The carrier weighs 85 lbs and the chair 168 lbs which puts about 250+ lbs on the hitch. This weight causes the back of the carrier to 2.5+ inches when the chair is on the carrier. To correct this, I feel that I want to install SuperSprings but am unsure of which one to use as I do not want the truck sagging in the rear etc as it does now which often causes the back end of the carrier to scrape the road surface. The SSA7 which indicates 3000 lbs Capacity or the SSA1 which indicates 1800 lbs Capacity. Therefore based on the 250+ lbs of tongue weight that will be on the hitch most of the time, which of the two would you recommend and why? Thanks for your assistance in this matter
asked by: Steve
Feedback from SteveThanks, that was a great answer giving me a boat load of info so I can make an informed decision. Thanks again
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