Need your experience/advice My newly acquired purchase, this 2wd 1/2ton burb has a pretty saggy butt. There is 8 or 9 leafs in there, but im sure after 20 years, its quite worn out. But it doesnt bottom out, and it is very comfortable when it is empty (no cargo/people). So here are my choices- Get new springs. (250 bucks) Get old springs re-arched. (200 bucks). Get Gabriel helper spring over shock (adds 600lbs of extra weight support, but I dont really like the fact that its 600 lbs of weight supported at the shock mount!) (72 bucks/pair ) Gabriel Air shock (Same thing, but 1100 lbs of extra weight support, still at the shock mount) (66 bucks/pair) Hellwig Load Pro helper springs- goes over existing leaf spring pack, and provides 2500 lbs of extra support, Full time support to compensate slightly for the saggyness- (234 bucks) Roadmaster Active Suspension- Attaches to the end of the leaf spring and the middle of the leaf spring, to provide variable rate of help. Adds up to 2200 lbs of support. 219 dollars I dont really see myself pulling anything extremely heavy (under 2000 lbs at most) since I have my pickup to do that job. But I know if I load up on people, fuel, gear, etc, this thing will be overweight. (Im even a litle concerned about the 10 bolt rear end) But the nice small 29" tires certainly help give it some longevity.