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Old 05-31-2007, 01:12 AM   #1
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I was just wondering if this would work together. I haven't taken delivery of my unit yet, but i just decided to have the dealer install the trailair pinbox. So, what are your thoughts on this matter if i just air out the bag before setting up the stabilizer ??
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I was just wondering if this would work together. I haven't taken delivery of my unit yet, but i just decided to have the dealer install the trailair pinbox. So, what are your thoughts on this matter if i just air out the bag before setting up the stabilizer ??
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Old 05-31-2007, 03:47 AM   #3
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Hi,! I've got the same set-up, and ,no, don't let the air out! just cut a wooden wedge to "jam" the movable part of the hitch.It'll work fine. Another tip...remove the schrader valve from the hitch, and re-install with a "tee' fitting", then install a guage in the other leg of the "tee'. Record the air pressure needed to "bring it to the arrows". Makes it a little easier to add air as needed( you won't have to be "hooked")also, use plenty of thread sealant on the connections.....crow
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Old 05-31-2007, 01:41 PM   #4
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We added the trailair pin box a month ago and just came back from a 1200 miles round trip to Tombstone. The ride was so much improved over the previous trips without the pinbox. We enjoyed watching the pin ride up and down as we drove along realizing that all of those movements would have been felt in the cab without it. Keep it properly aired, and when storing your unit, cover the pinbox so noone can see what you have. I hate to say it, but in this not so perfect world, I know of two that were taken, which is not hard to do. Bolts out, and away they go. Sad state of affairs, but a little precaution works.
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