2014 Fleetwood Disco 40E. Toad is 2020 Ram 4x4.
System is all Roadmaster, Nighthawk, 9000 + Breakaway.
Truck config is done. (Note if anyone has a current Ram truck and wants help on this install reach out.).
Everything else is ready to go except the supplemental brake airline from the RV. I have located the air line relay in the nose and see the “supply in” plus 2 lines out (one is the air horn) other is likely the additional airline I have at in the drivers side first bay for fun inflation. There is also 4 empty ports. I figured this was where I would hook my breakaway line to and run the line back to the rear (40ft seems stupid).Fleetwood says that is where you are supposed to access the system for additional devices. <—- pretty sure that is not where I should be hooking up though as I need the primary brake line. I dont want my Toad braking when I hit my horn - right? .
Beyond that, before the first axle and just behind where the Genset sits is the “main supply manifold” I am guessing - there is no empty ports, so will have to tap in. I cannot find another relay further back for the life of me yet Freightliner says there is one.. Is there one? Am I over thinking this? Likely!
My concern is opening up those lines while I am under it and it is on its jacks. If I tap into the line (up on jacks) will I lose enough air pressure that the RV is coming down to bump stops?
Does anyone have any experience air tapping into their roughly 14 vintage Disco?
Have an image in my head of the DW coming out to my legs sticking out under the RV on its belly and me as a flat leaky strawberry fruit roll up.
Would really appreciate any help!