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Old 01-10-2014, 08:11 PM   #1
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Air fittings by batteries

Inside my battery compartment I have two 1/4 in plastic lines going somewhere. The lines have a tire type fill valve. I can't find anything in my manual about the fittings. I should have traced out the lines when I had my fuel tank out, but didn't. Any thoughts what they may be for? Thanks, Stan
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Old 01-10-2014, 10:07 PM   #2
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I am not sure, but i would guess maybe your air bags on the rear suspension??? Maybe a manual fill port??? Just guessing
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I am not sure, but i would guess maybe your air bags on the rear suspension??? Maybe a manual fill port??? Just guessing
Took another look today, while I had it up doing a oil change. There is some sort of air bag attached to the rear axle. I wonder how much air to put in the things? Stan
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Took another look today, while I had it up doing a oil change. There is some sort of air bag attached to the rear axle. I wonder how much air to put in the things? Stan
You put enough air in to level the rig. the amount you put in will vary depending on load.
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