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Old 05-21-2019, 08:03 AM   #1
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Air fitting

in the front left compartment on my Excursion 35b there is an air coupler. Does anyone know what the correct type connector will fit it. Type A, M, T, etc...

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On my 35B I switched the coupler to match my existing hoses. Then made adapter section to go adapt to the original in case needed.
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On my 35B I switched the coupler to match my existing hoses. Then made adapter section to go adapt to the original in case needed.
Great idea.. thanks

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