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Old 04-14-2012, 03:39 PM   #1
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AIr Brake Relay Valve

I am installing a ROadMaster 9100 supplemental braking system...When I went to tie into the MH Air Brakes, I could not find an appropriate port to connect with...Perhaps because of the ABS system, which has "extra" relay valves...what would happen if I tied into one of the ABS Valves ( each one only "feeds" one can) would that unbalance the system???
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Old 04-14-2012, 08:50 PM   #2
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Why don't you tie into your treadle valve, the one you step on to stop the motorhome? Should be accessed from underneath, probably some pressure/stop light switch valves there, you can screw one out, put in a T and tap into there.
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Great Idea...only issue...the Roadmaster Kit doesn't have enough 1/4" Synflex to reach...I'll see if Roadmaster will provide extra for goodwill........
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Any autoparts or truck parts store will sell the tubing you need. It's cheap..
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