Originally Posted by cusas6
tacomaman06, I'm running my tires at what the manual says. I'll try running a little lower and see what happends.
Janster, The ride is bouncy, it gets so bad on some roads that my girlfriend gets nauscous. Adding the sand bags has definetly cut down on the bounce I have heard of the TSB, I have the parts on order with the dealer. We're just waiting for the springs to come in. I have heard that it'll make it worse. I am stuck in the middle. I drive a fair amount on the highway so I need to try to smooth out the ride, but I also haul enough that I want the extra support that TSB provides. Unfortunately when I'm on the highways I'm not usually hauling anything. I'm hoping that the upgrade to the Bilstein
rhoppas, I expected the ride to not be a smooth as a car, but this is beyond what is really acceptable. Part of the issue is the way the roads are. I don't know if it is the same everywhere, but here is southern California the expansion joints are about 18" apart and creates a crazy washboard effect. Unfortunately I didn't test drive the truck more than one highway, the stretch I drove was fairly new so it was smooth.
as far as your tires go, try running 32 or 33 in the front, and try 30 or 31 in the rear and see how that does for your ride. it may make it a little smoother for you.