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Woot ! Another suspension thread !!

Discussion in 'Tech Info' started by Dusty Diggs, Mar 22, 2020 at 12:27 PM.

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  1. Dusty Diggs

    Dusty Diggs TYF Newbie

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    Thanks , great idea ! Too bad I sold my hitch set-up about 5 years ago (I don't need this anymore moment ) . Reese and Curt are my 2 Go-to's .
     
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    Thanks , Dub ,, I have an old compressor for a Air Ride system from an 86' Custom Cruiser but no controller for in-cab . I don't know if it pushes enough pressure to raise/hold bags up . Any idea how much psi. is needed ?
     
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    Those helper bags only require something like 35 psi. You could probably adapt that compressor pretty easily and, if it's in good shape, should put out plenty of pressure. Or, if you got a standard on-board compressor (like those that plug into the 12V power port), you'd be able to air up tires if need-be.
     
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