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Old 06-30-2020, 06:07 PM   #1
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1987 34.5' Airstream 345
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Air compressor

Hey.
Has anyone redone their suspension compressor to simplify how it works.
I'm thinking of just putting a switch on the dash. Putting an adjustable regulating valve in line by the compressor and setting it at aprox 80 pds. Forget the soliniod the little gray box the pressure valve.
I already have disabled the leveling valves.
All I really need is ride height within the operating range. The only thing that I can see that changes is less weight on the tail end due to less fuel in the tank. And from 80 gallons to say 25 gallons is only a couple hundred pds.

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