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Ok. So I plan on dropping my truck in the next couple of months with a 4/7 kit. Since the roads around here are really shitty I want to have either air shocks or helper bags that I can air up to about a 4/6 drop and maybe the ride wont be so terrible and bottom out so much. I also want these for towing on occasion. Which would be best for my needs? Truck is 2007 ECSB NNBS.
 

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if you tow, then helper bags. talk to james from godfather customs, he has them at a good price. they aren't cheap.

i have air shocks now, it rides pretty good, but i'm thinking of adding helper bags to my setup for smooth purposes.
 

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Not a NNBS. But I have Air Shocks on mine. Ride decent. Little stiff though.
 

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I have air shocks too but mine ride smooth, and they can be aired up to tow or haul things. But to me helper bags is the way to go.

the setup I want with onboard air and wireless controller is like $800...hence why I went with $50 air shocks
 

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I bet my LTZ 20's would rub on a 285 50 20 +31MM offset. What do ya'll think? I might do air shocks, I haven't decided yet.
On helper bags? doubt it.
I got 285/40/22's on +40mm rims and miss the passenger side all together. Only bearly rubbed on drivers side before I grinded some of the bracket back.
 
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