2002 Jeep Liberty Sags While Towing

Model: Jeep Liberty
Year: 2002
Chassis Designation: 4x4
What is your driving style: Normal Driver
Vehicle Setup: Four Wheel Drive
Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts

Question: Hi- I have a 2002 Jeep Liberty Renegade 6 cyl. & tow either a camper or boat- 3,000 or 4,000 lbs. The shocks need replacing & I want heavier support in the raar, as it sags. I drive off road once in a while, but not enough to want a lift kit. What do you recommend that isn't too expensive??

Answer: The best shocks we have for your Liberty are the Bilstein Heavy Dutys, they are high pressure monotube shocks and are specifically valved to give you more control for towing or light offroading. You can see those here:
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If your Liberty is sagging under the load of your trailer, the best way to fix this is with an air spring system. We have an Airlift 1000 air spring that will give you about 1,000 extra pounds of leveling support, and the great part of an air spring is that when you aren't towing or hauling a heavy load, you can deflate it and it won't affect your ride quality at all.
You can see that here:


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