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Old 04-02-2012, 08:07 AM   #41
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RideRite on the Tundra

I installed a set of Firestone bags on my 2012 Tundra 5.7 and routed the air lines through the frame members inside 1" flexible plastic conduit to shield and protect the lines from any sharp edges.

I mounted the air nipples on either side of the rear license plate for easy filling. I have towed our 2012 Crusader 290RLT just over 3,500 miles with the bags installed and couldn't be happier. I fill the bags to 40psi before hitching up and they run around 60psi with the 5th wheel fully loaded.
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Jim & Kathy

2012 Crusader 290RLT TE, TrailAir flex pin: 2012 Toyota Tundra 5.7 SR5 Dbl cab 4X2 Tow, 4.30 gears, RideRite air, TRD cold-air induction & dual exhaust: Reese 16K Slider: TST tpms
Miles towed to date: 18,950 Nights camped 192
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