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Same situation with many of my customers. I have the problem with 20% of my customers (maybe some are talentuous or there's differences in body airspring mounts)

Talked to Arnott who told me they are aware of the problem with LHD rear.
I found a solution :

1) Depressurize opposite airspring RHD
2) Lift the body one LHD side
3) Secure the upper fitting, and twist the air spring a little to the outer side.

Collet should be in right position now.

Cheers

Flo
 

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Once the airpipe inserted in the collet and the airspring pressurized, go over a few bumps and it should clear nicely.
No more leaks
I do not have any problems since 2 years i'm working with Gen3. I have something like 50 P38 in France without any worries.
I did have one rear to replace since it leaked at the metal band.
 
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