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Old 03-22-2020, 11:55 AM   #1
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Air tank valve part number

As part of my annual maintenance I pulled the lanyards for the air tanks. Now one of the valves is leaking air. Looking for a part number to change the valve. Thanks
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See if these will work:

https://www.imperialsupplies.com/bro...k-drain-valves
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I wonder if these are 1 time use or just prone to leaking after they have been used.

I had the ride height set on mine out at Newmar Friday, Part of the process is to dump the system and let it build back up to recheck Ride height.

I am thinking they used these in the process.

I got home Sat night 6pm, Sunday morning Front end was very low only had 60 psi in my system.

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I wonder if these are 1 time use or just prone to leaking after they have been used.

I had the ride height set on mine out at Newmar Friday, Part of the process is to dump the system and let it build back up to recheck Ride height.

I am thinking they used these in the process.

I got home Sat night 6pm, Sunday morning Front end was very low only had 60 psi in my system.

Ted.
The tank drain valves wouldn't have stopped at 60 psi , they would go to zero. The 60 psi indicates the brake saver ( a valve to make sure you have air pressure for braking should an air spring blow out) is working , JMHO your issue could be in the front ride height valve.
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The tank drain valves wouldn't have stopped at 60 psi , they would go to zero. The 60 psi indicates the brake saver ( a valve to make sure you have air pressure for braking should an air spring blow out) is working , JMHO your issue could be in the front ride height valve.
Thank you, but I feel like something bigger is leaking my air horns wouldn't even work tonight so I will be all over this with some soapy water in a spray bottle
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