I got it when I was towing with a Silverado 1500 and it helped a lot when going down I95. Without it, the trailer really knocked the truck around. I've since moved up to an F350, and I still use the Airborne, and I think it still softens the bumps some, but the F350 made so much difference, I don't know if the Airborne makes as much difference on it as it did on the smaller truck. I did have one problem with the Airborne. I got it, swapped out the fixed pin box, a week or so ahead of my next camping trip. Unfortunately, the manufacturer had screwed in one of the mounting bolts too far and pinched the air bag, so when I hitched up, the bag was flat. I had to quickly swap back to the OEM pin box for my trip. Reese was prompt in sending me a new bag and other parts, so now it works fine.
2010 Rockwood 8280WS Fifth Wheel
2013 F350 Crew Cab SRW, Standard Bed PS Diesel
Reese Airborne Pin Box, Reese 16K Manual Slider
Camped 28 Days in 2012, 23 Days in 2013, 29 Days in 2014, 30 Days in 2015, 9 Days in 2016