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Guest Message by DevFuse

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dry air for air suspension?

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#1 idosubaru


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Posted 01 January 2014 - 10:00 AM

i'll be hopefully using mostly the stock air compressor for the air suspension which has a drier....but if one is filling air struts on the vehicle - it probably is important for the air to be dry.

how do i make sure the air coming out of my compressor is dry? 


i use like a 50 gallon tank (roughly, i forget) and air compressor with regulator and 3/8" air hose.

#2 mr sarcastic

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Posted 01 January 2014 - 10:12 AM

I've always used an air system antifreeze or conditioner in the cars I've had with air ride. You can usually get it at any place that sells truck accessories, they use it in their air brakes. If you find one that has silicone, get that. It'll help to keep the rubber seals in good shape as well as eliminating moisture.

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