We need to add air bags to our shocks on our 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander - problem is that we leave in 5 days for an East Coast road trip. When hitched to the PUP (2006 Rockwood Freedom 2270 that is well within our tow capacity) we are getting some good sag on the Outlander. We have a 2" rise hitch with an extended ball but it's still bringing the backend down - not nearly as bad but definitely noticeable. We are definitely going to get the air bags, but it's proving to be an expensive nightmare to get it done before our trip. The service department said our 30hr round trip, won't hurt the Outlander, but we should address it for the long term. In your opinion - would this be true or are we taking a gamble not having the air bags installed before our trip? We are looking at least a $300 savings if we have it installed when we are back. Attached is a picture of it before we added an extra 1" rise on the ball so it's a bit more level now. ...and yes we've had the pup for 12 months and dh only now agreed to investigate the sag issue <sigh> Maybe I will look at having one installed on the Coast while we are visiting the in laws if you all think it's worth it.