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I've had a similar experience w/ loading heavy items in a RR.....Simply put, these air suspensions were not designed to carry heavy loads. Period.

When the cargo space is loaded up w/ heavy items, rear suspension strain to keep it level, and the compressor works overtime to keep the pressure up.

What's interesting is that immediately after the heavy load is unloaded, the rear suspension goes into super-extension mode...., since the pressure is still built up inside the suspension to support the heavy load.

So, my guess is either the super-extension have damaged your rear air bags if they were frail to begin with, or the overworking of the compressor has worn itself down.
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