Sagging Leaves or Shocks on Tow Vehicle
Our 1994 Suburban is beginning to sag in the rear end when hooked to our Salem Ultra-Lite trailer. Weighing it our local CAT scales, too much weight isn't the problem. In having it inspected today by our local, and trusted tire/shock dealer, they indicated they could replace the aging shocks with either OEM, air or self-adjusting rear shocks. Another option would be to add another leaf to the suspension on each side. Given the age of the truck, their recommendation is to install NAPA self-adjusting shocks at app. $150 a pair.
Anyone have experience with this brand and model of shock, or other thoughts.