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19trailbossRic

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  1. No vibration on the z71 trailboss so maybe only for 2wd & 4wd (no lift)? She still has a rake for a comfortable ride so just ordered these motofab strut spacers chasing the ilusive level comfortable TrailerBoss. Hopefully the Bag, Drop, chop does the trick. If not will prob go back to the stock shackle with these strut spacers. Will keep you posted! Pic of truck pre-1.5” read drop
  2. Here’s the link to the drop shackle 2" Rear Drop Lowering Kit For a trailboss.. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NF92HC2?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
  3. You might consider stock ride height bags. I got the ones for the trail boss (2' lift) and with the drop shackle they are a bit compressed and hit the internal bump stop when flat over bumps which is why I run them with air which adds an inch of rake for a smooth ride. I did the bags first for trailering but then wanted to fix the non-trailering ride height. Also, the "trail boss" bags actually required a 1/2" shim to make them work on the factory bump stop bracket to accommodate the total axle drop once you release the loading while on the lift.
  4. Installed those 2” dropshackles and used the 1.5” hole. Also did airbags to stop the porpoising I was experiencing while pulling a travel trailer at highway speeds over dips. I ride it 1/2” higher than flat with around 10lbs in the bags and around 20lbs with the trailer hooked up and loaded down.
  5. 2019 Silverado 1500 z71 trailboss custom Leveled with 1” rear drop shackle and installed airbags to improve ride and to stop porpoising while pulling a travel trailer.
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