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Old 11-05-2015, 12:54 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by cpaharley2008 View Post
I have the Jack E up and it works like a charm with both my old 209 Ram traded in on my 2014 Ram. In addition I also have purchased several 2" longer stingers that also work with the stock jack. My 2009 Ram had to have air bags to tow level but so far the newer 2014 suspension is fine, particularly with the longer stinger. Really liking the 13-14 mpg towing over the older 12 numbers.
Good info on the air bags. This video cleared things up for me. Looks like the original jack is reused and should be stored off the tow hitch when not in use so it won't rattle or fall off. Put it in the TV or the front storage box.

$81.49 USD on Amazon


$42.99 USD plus shipping from Camping World

I guess they are the same units.

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