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Old 10-19-2007, 12:56 PM   #1
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We picked up our new national trade winds two weeks ago and on our first trip I observrd a man using his vehicle air to air up his tires. is there a connection on my national that I can connectan an air hose to.. and if so, where is it located? This is our first DP so I have a lot to learn.

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We picked up our new national trade winds two weeks ago and on our first trip I observrd a man using his vehicle air to air up his tires. is there a connection on my national that I can connectan an air hose to.. and if so, where is it located? This is our first DP so I have a lot to learn.

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Old 10-19-2007, 03:03 PM   #3
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In the older Tradewinds there was a small air manifold in the front of the outside compartment under the drivers window. You can remove a plug and install a quick coupler for your air hose.
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