P30 Chassis w/front air bags (suspension)

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billk42

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Yes, me again with another question.  I have to say I LOVE this forum, being new to RVing, it has been very helpful thus far.  Anyway to get to the point.  I have the P-30 Chassis with the air bags in the front coil springs,  It has the remote valve/filler part, so I can fill them from under the hood of the coach.  My question...(drum roll)....is,  can I add a "system" to be able to press a button and check and fill the bags form inside the coach?

Already anticipating the answers, thanks

Bill
 

Tom

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Bill,

If they're like the bags I had on my P30, every time I took a pressure reading with a pressure gauge, the bags lost a little bit of pressure. OTOH this might be another application for the PressurePro remote tire pressure sensor system.
 

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billk42 said:
Thank You very much, that is exactly what i was looking for, appreciate the help.

Bill
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Bill:

We installed one on a 1983 Pace Arrow on an overloaded P30 chassis. It was great for several conditions:

1. ROUGH ROAD: Drop the pressures to 40 lb. (minimum allowed oN our coach) to smooth out the bumps.

2. DIPS AND UNEVEN SHOULDERS: I would raise the pressure to 80lbs and stiifen up the front end.

3. CROSSWINDS OR HEAVILY CROWNED ROAD: Bring the downwind or low side pressure up as needed to level coach and stop steering wheel pull.

Well worth the money although it seems to me it was around $140.00 back then, oh well.....
 

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