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Old 05-29-2019, 08:08 AM   #1
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Trailer Air

We have a Trailer Air roller flex pin hitch. trying to figure out how its suppose to operate as the air is above the up arrow and when hooked up to the Truck and put the truck in gear and it moves the trailer air pops down below the up arrow is that when I pump it up with air above the arrow? Not sure what the air pressure is supposed to be. any help is greatly appreciative

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Old 05-29-2019, 08:34 AM   #2
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It's Trail Air..........


Hook up.
Note arrows. If not in right position, add air at air zerk on top of hitch until it's aligned with arrows properly.
If you want, check air pressure when inflated properly. Each trailer/truck is different. Note that pressure reading and inflate to that pressure anytime air is needed. These Trail Air hitches notoriously leak a little. Not a big deal, just add air.
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Old 05-29-2019, 09:15 AM   #3
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X2; on the advice. I also carry a portable air tank that I purchased from Harbor Freight to fill up my Trail Air as needed when towing. I find that in the winter when the unit is in storage I defiantly need to fill the bag up in the spring when I take it out of storage.

I just fill the portable air tank when needed and is stored in the back of the bed of the truck.
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x3 on the advice....I also carry a pancake compressor, a portable gen, and extra center bolts for the trail air....don't ask me why I do.
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Old 05-30-2019, 05:42 PM   #5
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It's Trail Air..........


Hook up.
Note arrows. If not in right position, add air at air zerk on top of hitch until it's aligned with arrows properly.
If you want, check air pressure when inflated properly. Each trailer/truck is different. Note that pressure reading and inflate to that pressure anytime air is needed. These Trail Air hitches notoriously leak a little. Not a big deal, just add air.

I think you mean Shrader Valve.
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