Originally Posted by Camp CA;6369283Good recommendation to air down when stored based on post #16 in this thread: [url
If slowly settling unevenly would pop a windshield or otherwise tweak something imagine what hitting a bump on one side at highway speeds would do, or even worse going into a Walmart parking lot off angle!
This is not not a concern to me, the chassis is under many times more dynamic stress underway than this, not that it hurts to dump, just I don't think it helps either.
When I first got it I always dumped, but I was spending a lot of time underneath checking everything out, so would need to air up again or I was taking it out again in a few days so it was inconvenient that it was always dumped, so I got out of the habit and realized it just doesn't matter and many times I would forget and leave the dump switch on which is not fun to drive.
Only time I dump now is to level so its as low as possible after leveling done and try and be sure to remember to flip it back.
What's really annoying is the low air alarm that screams after starting up after it leaked way down and takes a while to build back up. High idle helps air back up quicker but it would be nice if the alarm didn't sound until you tried to put in gear or after a couple minutes or something less ear piercing for an otherwise normal situation, not like I can miss the giant red low air message on the dash display.