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Old 03-15-2011, 07:08 PM   #43
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You take the air (filler'er uppers) from your service brake "air tank". Diesels have air bakes and an engine driven compressor. You should have a fitting on, or near, the tank to put an air hose on to use for this purpose.

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Old 03-16-2011, 06:03 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by Dixieray53 View Post
Stupid question ..How do you know if you have an on board air filler- upper thing...Technical answers only......D

You should be able to find an air line with a female quick connect either located in your LPG compartment or your front generator slide compartment. it all depends on where your coach manufacturer decided to place it. You should also have a male connection point someplace close to the front of the coach, possibly in your generator slide where a tow truck operator can connect their air hose up to air up the suspension system if you have a roadside emergency and need t be towed.

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