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Old 08-30-2016, 11:13 AM   #15
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Agree with WarEagle! I forgot to mention my Silverado has a Z85 package which is beefier springs than normal 4x4. When I'm loaded with ALL gear in truck, including a huge cooler I have to load and unload in the truck (I get thirsty) I leave it in there the whole trip, and the topper and the EggCamper, I'm still level. Agree it depends on the tv.
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Old 08-30-2016, 04:42 PM   #16
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Technical correction - our Ford is an F-250 (3/4 ton) with a heavy-duty suspension. It doesn't sag at all (well, maybe 1/2") on the rare occasion we hitch our EggCamper to it. Our main tv for the EggCamper is our Highlander, and it may sag 2" or so (with the back of the Highlander filled with camping gear, too), but that has no effect on how the Highlander handles.
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Old 08-30-2016, 06:24 PM   #17
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An airbag setup like this would help.
2000-2009 Chevy / GMC Suburban 2500 - Firestone "Ride-Rite" Air Bag Helper Springs [REAR] [2253] | $321.95 | SD Truck Springs | Leaf Springs, Helper Springs and Suspension Parts
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Old 08-30-2016, 11:29 PM   #18
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Crystal, I just stood on top of the hitch ball on our Highlander while my wife measured, and my 212 pounds of body weight dropped the hitch exactly 1". I'd be curious, if you could get someone weighing close to the same amount to stand on the hitch ball of your Suburban, to know how far it drops under the same weight. Just curious...
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