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Old 01-10-2015, 05:20 AM   #99
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Teilelieferant?

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The center stud should be installed on the bench using locktide. After its tightened a sleeve and another nut needs to be tightened down. Then we held the airfitting with some good pliers and carefully turned the new bag onto the thread as tight as it would go while lining up the upper 2 bolt holes with the airbag threads at the same time. Make sure you use a fair amount of white plumbers/air fitting tape on your air supply thread.
My good friend Joe, who helped me with this just told me to mention: make sure you have someone that is very agile, has small hand with a lot of strength and doesn't mind to get dirty and use a damn power washer next time to wash off some dirt prior to the party...
Hi Peter,
First of all, happy bew year!!!!
Weisst du, wo ich die hinteren Aurbags MIT Anschluss für das instrument im Dashboard bekomme?
Wo bekomme ich neue Radlager für die tagaxle vom 1986 345?
Wo bekomme ich neue Motormounts für P30 Cgevy gas engine 454?
Grüsse aus old Germany!!!!
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Old 03-16-2017, 01:36 PM   #100
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I know this is an old thread, but as soon as the snow melts and I can get under my 84 Excella 270, I want to check the bags, bushings and the control valve.
I have a strange problem with my compressed air supply. When the temps are above freezing, I am not loosing air pressure. When they go below freezing, I think something in the rear suspension is draining the air.
My suspicion is the control valve has a problem, but it could be the bags also.
Has anyone had any recent experience with this system? Mine is the Superide 8015 model.
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Old 03-16-2017, 05:39 PM   #101
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Wayne, the cold air is probably shrinking the old rubber and opening a small leak somewhere. This doesn't surprise me a bit.

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