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How well do these bags handle extension?
Is it necessary to have rear limiting straps to protect the bags from tearing?
They will handle extension pretty well. If your truck is on a hoist for longer than it would take for a tire rotation and oil change then I would find some way to support the rear axle.
 

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I contacted you guys through email earlier asking the same thing, they got back to me yesterday. One of your cust serv reps, Coreen E., said have at least 20psi in the bags and don't hang more than 2hrs. Any longer on the lift and you should support the axle.

I suppose you could also unbolt the bags' top mounting plates.
 

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I contacted you guys through email earlier asking the same thing, they got back to me yesterday. One of your cust serv reps, Coreen E., said have at least 20psi in the bags and don't hang more than 2hrs. Any longer on the lift and you should support the axle.

I suppose you could also unbolt the bags' top mounting plates.
Unbolting the bag is also an option, but it can be a pain unbolting the bags every time.
 

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Anything for the TRD pro? I haul about 10k lbs with mine and the remote reservoir shocks have it sagging worse than my 14' with regular bilstein suspension
 
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