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Thanks for that, I will have a look, many thanks, Richard.
tiddytime have you tried the ridetech web site forum? they are very helpful.
There are instructions on the Ridetech site on how to install it
Hi There Boblester40, can't post photos on this site, I'm not a techniphobe i'm afraid, you can google ride tech, big red and get images,I have already done this,
yes you are right, the blocks are bolted together there are four seperate blocks each with two valves on, I presume that on each one you have an in and a out valve,on each valve block
you have a live from both valves and an earth, all four earths come together with a bolt, I assume that each seperate block then goes to the switches which are off at rest and switch foreward
for up and backward for down, one switch for each bag, sorry for no photo, want to be sure before I start connecting things up, cheers Richard.
Some blocks have a common air feed and exhaust channel that can be linked to extra blocks , a picture would speak a 1000 words
air ride suspension
Hi There, I am getting together air ride parts for my chevy suburban, I have most of what I need now, I have got a air ride pro , big red valve
block, (used) it is marked on the block, one end has got two ports one exhaust and the other supply, right thats easy, on one long side it has
four ports marked delivery, right thats easy, on the other long side it has four smaller ports marked gauges, thats easy, but on the last short
end there are two unmarked ports which I dont know what they do, I am only going to use one single compressor, maybe one port might be
for a pressure relief valve and the other for a second compressor, the air tank I have has got a pressure valve in it, any advice on whats what
will be good, or a diagram of how it should be, have looked on google but can't see anything, cheers Richard. P.S. would assume that block
spare ports need to be sealed for it to hold air,
air ride suspension
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