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Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Clinton, MT, US
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SRW will already be sloppier than the dually, lifting it will just make that worse. That said its not going to be "holee " put you in the ditch worse. Check out what your pin weights are. You give up a big chunk of pin weight/rear GAWR with SRW and you could be way over with either of your trailers, more likely to be with the toy hauler though. If you're going up in tires get the highest number rear you can.. 4.10 on the auto or I think 3.73 with the manual. Remember the truck is already pretty tall stock too, so make sure you're not going to get the trailer all nose high (plan to adjust stuff quite possibly)
As for air bags, it totally depends on what the lift does to the stock bump/overload stops as that is where it seems all these air bag kits install. They're sure stock not going to stretch any further than designed. Might be a question best posed to the lift kit manufacturer. I definitely recommend them even though I haven't yet gotten mine in.
2011.5 6.7L HO 3500 4x4 ST Crew LB 3.73 SRW Rear 68RFE H&S MM w/ Custom Tuning, B&W+Companion
60 Gal RDS Tank/Tool PacBrake Bags
2012 Fuzion FZ305 35' Toy Hauler (no, the Ford does not pull this...)
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