Air Suspension on a trailer?
Has anyone seen a camping specific air suspension setup for a tandem axle trailer?
Here is my scenario: Our fiver definitely rides hitch high. I have lowered (or I guess raised) the king pin as far as it will go and put the low profile feet on my Superglide. I am not really wanting to modify the truck suspension, so I was hoping there was a way to modify the trailer suspension.
My thought was there must be some sort of air ride setup that would allow me to raise the height of the trailer while traveling, but lower it back down to normal height when parked. Thoughts or experience?
Current TV:'14 F350 Lariat CrewCab, 4x4 Short Bed SRW Diesel w/ Pullrite 2700 (16K)
Current Fiver: '15 Puma 295BHSS Anniversary Edition
Past TV: '13 F150 HD Payload SCrew EB, '08 Tundra CrewMax 5.7L, '02 'Burb 5.3L, '97 Dakota 3.9L
Past Trailers: '09 Wildwood LE 27RB, '02 Palomino Yearling RL, '87 Jayco 1006dlx