Re: Air Helper Springs or better?
I installed the Firestone Air Helper Springs on my 2005 WK GC w/5.7 last week. I want to tow my ATV's and don't want to experience what you describe. I am also installing a trailer brake controller. I have not actually towed anything yet. I set the helper spring pressure at 11 PSI. The Jeep seems to corner much better, but at freeway speeds it seems to bounce more than before when it encounters undulations in the road. I may try reducing the pressure to 5 PSI when not towing to improve highway response. If you go the air helper route, think through what you want to accomplish as the instructions are rather generic. Overall, I am satisfied with the results.