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Old 12-17-2014, 12:04 PM   #11
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I just purchased a 2015 CC silverback 331k and it doesn't have a air on box. I was wandering if it helps and how much it will cost, also is this something I can add?

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Old 12-17-2014, 12:16 PM   #12
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Have a look here; Air Rideā„¢ Pin Box
I traded my pullrite super glide for the one I have, plus installation. Smoother ride. You can look in your rear view mirror and watch it work.

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Old 12-17-2014, 02:05 PM   #13
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On the 5er I just got rid of, I would check it once every month or so and at the begining of the season.

If I wanted to check it after the trailer was on, I would fill it to where the arrows pointed. Usually around 80lbs.
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Old 12-18-2014, 11:57 AM   #14
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I got my TrailAire Tri-Glide installed last summer at the big FROG rally. Several of us Creekers got a VERY good deal from Lippert on the pin boxes. I has a stock pin box on it before this. I might have been imagining it, but I could tell the difference almost immediately. And on those bad interstates with the concrete sections where we used to get that "buckin' bronco" sensation (chucking?), the difference in the ride is amazing. We will still get a little bouncing if we hit a VERY bad section, but it dampens out quite fast. But I'm convinced it is the best money I've spent since I bought the Creek!

I started out carrying about 90 psi in the bag, but deflated it to about 80 and that's where I seem to like it. Bag seems to be holding pressure well, although I haven't been out in the camper for a few months. We'll know more this summer when we get rolling again. I too carry a 12V compressor and sometimes a 150 psi pancake compressor with me. The pancake requires 110V, of course. But for the air bag the little 12V works very well. (Not so much for my 110 psi tires though ).
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Old 12-26-2014, 10:05 PM   #15
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I have never looked at what pressure I have. I set mine about 1/4 inch down from the top of the arrow on the front of it. My pressure will vary according to how much of a load I have in the trailer. I use a 12 volt compressor to adjust it.
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Old 01-20-2015, 06:58 AM   #16
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Not long after I purchased my 33RL I installed a Trailair TriGlide. What a difference! To make getting the correct amount of air in the air bag, I installed a gauge. After I installed it, I hooked up the truck and adjusted the pressure to get the correct ride height. Once I got the height correct, I unhooked the truck and noted the pressure. Now I can add air to the air bag without need to hook up the truck. For my camper all I need is about 50 PSI.
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Old 01-20-2015, 08:01 AM   #17
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Enjoy the ride!! TrailAir is simply GREAT! 😃

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