I'd like your thoughts. My 1998 K1500 Suburban sags to the left at the rear. I'm going to get the shocks and suspension looked at and see what they say. The ride is great when loaded but cornering right at anything you could call speed gets uncomfortable body roll when running light. Now, I plan to haul fairly heavy trailers and to fit a removable frame to support front and/or rear platforms for film cameras and their operators. Levelling kit will be a must to keep everything in the horizontal. So, I'm wondering if I can use the four Air Lift bags to deal with the sag as well or should I go after the root cause? Do you think it would it be penny wise pound foolish to simply give the old dear a nip and a tuck?