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Old 09-28-2018, 10:15 PM   #21
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My tires doesnít lose air like the TrailAir does, I hardly ever put air in my tires the whole season. The TrailAir every week. Should I trade campers it will not be for a Cedar Creek, most likely a Cardinal if I can option in the rear cap
I just purchased an Trail Air from Orvin in April. When he installed it the first thing he did was unscrew the air fill valve and wrap the threads with Teflon tape. He told me that Trail Air did not do a good job of putting a sealant on the threads. I have had to put air in mine once since then. Might try adding Teflon tape to the valve threads to see if this helps.
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