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Old 12-03-2019, 03:31 PM   #1
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Seneca - Air Chuck Install ??

On my class A there was an air distribution block on the front of the coach that I was able to simply thread in an air chuck.

On the Seneca (M2 chassis), is anyone aware of an easy spot to add an air chuck ??

If no easy spot to add an air chuck.... I am thinking of doing an air hose reel next to the coach batteries and tie it into the air line for my add on air horns. I already have an air pressure protection valve on the air horn line.
The air horn line is 1/4". Is a small 1/4" line going to be enough to feed the 3/8" retractable air hose ??

Looking for thoughts and ideas before I start this project.

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On my class A there was an air distribution block on the front of the coach that I was able to simply thread in an air chuck.

On the Seneca (M2 chassis), is anyone aware of an easy spot to add an air chuck ??

If no easy spot to add an air chuck.... I am thinking of doing an air hose reel next to the coach batteries and tie it into the air line for my add on air horns. I already have an air pressure protection valve on the air horn line.
The air horn line is 1/4". Is a small 1/4" line going to be enough to feed the 3/8" retractable air hose ??

Looking for thoughts and ideas before I start this project.

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I have a regulated air fill on my 2014, big difference is that I don't have air brakes. I installed my fill in conjunction with my air horn installation and tee'd the same 1/4" tubing to the regulator and the horns.

I did add a 2.5 gallon additional air storage tank (after the pressure protection valve) and my horns/air fill come off the new tank. I have used my fill to top off my Seneca's tires, air up several car tires, clean with my blowgun, and inflate various toys. While it isn't as robust as my 5-hp/80 gallon home compressor, it has always gotten the job done!

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