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Old 03-01-2012, 06:59 AM   #1
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can anyone tell me a little about the air suspension bags in rear of rv. i have air values on both sides to inflate, if necessary, but can't find any literature as to what pound of air to use, when , etc.
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Old 03-01-2012, 10:30 AM   #2
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It is the "Firestone Ride Rite" spring assist system.
Min air pressure is 5, max is 100. I'm pretty sure we put them at 60lbs from the factory. It is going to be personal preference for the most part.

However if after loading your unit up, one side is leaning. You can pump that side up, while reducing pressure on the other side so that you balance the load.
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I had a set of instructions (same one the poster linked too) included with mine. I keep mine around 45-55 depending on load. They are very helpful and the ride is quite good for a RV!
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I had a set of instructions (same one the poster linked too) included with mine. I keep mine around 45-55 depending on load. They are very helpful and the ride is quite good for a RV!
Mine were set at 50psi by the dealer on Delivery. So far, so good.
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