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First step would be a manual inflation system, in case everything goes screwy.
After that, a simple gauge in the tank line to monitor compressor output, see if it drains down, and so on.
Then a Viair compressor and manifold to allow you to inflate tires, manually air the tank up, and so on.
Let me know if you need anything mate.

Martin
 

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First step would be a manual inflation system, in case everything goes screwy.
After that, a simple gauge in the tank line to monitor compressor output, see if it drains down, and so on.
Then a Viair compressor and manifold to allow you to inflate tires, manually air the tank up, and so on.
Let me know if you need anything mate.

Martin
I'll sure do Martin, thanks... I'll be in touch as soon as I;m over with the blower motors and rear springs.

Raul

PS... does any one have posted ( with pics ) the process to take out and refit the Driver side ( LHD ) blower? I've read a couple but looks that taking it out was much easier than putting it back again... that 4th screw on the left and the "thing" with wire harnesses that get on the middle.!!!!!!!!
 

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To get that motor out you just have to attack it (gently).

3 or 4 screws hold the motor.

Disconnect the cables, out with the screws, pull the trunking down and out with the motor ... softly not to damage the rotating part.
 
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