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Old 09-26-2013, 16:16   #1 (permalink)
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Air Ride Suspension

Hey guys I have a 2001 F250 V10 with a air bag suspension installed over the rear tires by prior owner. My question is how I should have it set during normal driving and during towing? I tried checking the pressure at the inlets with my normal Guage but it did not work - should I just eye ball the bags and have them medium filled while driving and tight filled when towing? I have no experience with this feature and appreciate any feedback.


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Re: Air Ride Suspension

Depending on the brand, most should keep at least 10 psi with no load and when loaded, raise the pressure so the height is the same as unloaded.
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Depending on the brand, most should keep at least 10 psi with no load and when loaded, raise the pressure so the height is the same as unloaded.
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