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Old 01-02-2012, 06:33 PM
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2008 Expy air ride while towing?

I posted this in the towing forum but figured I would post it here too..

I know I saw a post on this a while ago but can't find it now. I have a 2008 Expy and wanted to find out the rule of thumb on the air ride while towing. I thought I saw something that said to turn off the air ride when hitching the trailer and leveling it with WDH then turn it back on. If I am completely wrong let me know. I towed my trailer home with it off the whole way home and the ride wasn't bad but I wanted to know from experienced users. Thanks.
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