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2006 GMC Canyon Sags While Towing

Make: GMC
Model: Canyon
Year: 2006
What is your driving style: Normal Driver
Vehicle Setup: 4 Wheel Drive
Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts

Question:

I currently tow a pop-up trailer(~3K lbs when loaded) frequently every summer with a lot of mountain driving. The current rear suspension is soft and I'm looking a something to provide better control and prevent the back end from sagging.

Answer:

Your best bet for getting rid of the sag your truck gets while loaded up is an Airlift air spring kit. The Airlift kit is an airbag that works alongside your springs and shocks and can be inflated whenever you need the extra strength for towing, but can also be deflated when you have no weight on the back of the truck. The upside is that you can choose exactly how much extra support you need depending on what you're towing or hauling at the time, and your ride isn't ruined when the truck is empty. You can see that part here:
2006 GMC 4wd Canyon Airlift Ride Control Airbag Kit
and all of the parts we carry for your truck here:
2006 GMC Canyon 4wd Aftermarket Shocks and Suspension Parts

 

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