Originally Posted by BASE729
So I just ordered a 2015 Ram 2500 truck to tow a 27FB airstream. I got the option of the airbags since I will be doing a lot of towing and thought that would be beneficial. Per the above quote, it appears not. My understanding is that the air suspension on the Ram isn't adjustable, you have two settings to choose from, so setting it to minimum may not be possible.
Anyone have experience with the WD and Ram 2500 air suspension?
It appears that the manufacturer fully intends for you to be able to use the Ram's air suspension for towing.
Page 525 (527/871) of the online 2015 Ram Owners Manual states:
Trailer Mode (Lowers the vehicle approximately 1 in) –
This position will lower the rear suspension
and provide load leveling for all loading conditions
including towing a trailer. After the “ALT TRAILER
HEIGHT” button has been pushed, it will blink continuously
until the trailer height has been achieved.
To use Ram's automatic air leveling in conjunction with a WDH, it might be necessary to use the "trial and error" approach of adjusting the WDH and then seeing what effect the air leveling has on front-end height or front-end load.
Then by varying the WDH adjustment, you should be able to compensate for any effect of the leveling.