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Old 11-23-2014, 05:20 PM   #1
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Air Bag Ride Height

My 2002 Tradewinds sits about 5 or 6 inches higher in front than back. Maybe rear is a little low, maybe front is a little high. Is there a way to adjust the ride height of the airbags?
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Yes, you need to get the specs for your chassis. It's measured between suspension points and the chassis, not the body height. Be careful if you try it yourself, people get killed that way as the movement is very quick. Make a mistake and you can easily get crushed.
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How is it done? Does compressor have a shut off point? Or is it mechanical?
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