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Recommended Suspension Enhancement For 2008 Toyota Tundra SR5

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I have a 2008 toyota tundra trd sr5 and Im looking for something to keep the rear end from sagging when toeing my 2014 heartland prowler p22 fifth wheel. Ive noticed in the past while transporting a full load of wood pellets in the bed of my truck that the rear end squats/sags almost all the way down to the bump stops. Im afraid it will do the same when toeing the new fifth wheel camper. Im looking for a solution that will keep the rear end level while loaded without sacrificing ride quality while unloaded.

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Expert Reply:

I would normally recommend using an air bag suspension enhancement for your truck but since you said you are planning on towing a fifth wheel trailer the air suspension kits we offer are not compatible with a fifth wheel hitch and I recommend going with a system like the Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System, part # TTORTUN4. This system not only increases your stability, it helps reduce sag as you described. Because they are independent of each other, they help stabilize your truck side to side when carrying uneven loads. This system will not effect the ride of your truck when no load is present.

This system is not designed to increase the load-carrying capacity of your truck so you will want to make sure you do not exceed the capacity of your truck.

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