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Originally Posted by smiley3303 How is the install? What is the part number? I would imagine the install for the ...

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Old 07-14-2017, 03:02 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by smiley3303 View Post
How is the install? What is the part number?
I would imagine the install for the TLC and Timber Grove bags are similar, took me a couple of hours, but I wasn't working all that hard to get it done quick.
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The install is really pretty easy and straight forward. just like was said acouple of the bolts are alittle tight to get to but not impossible.
Very happy I bought these they fit great and are well made.

I put 60psi in them to check for leaks and think it raised my truck about 1.5" and am running 15psi in them but did not check to see what height I am settimg at now.

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Originally Posted by Bigdaddy View Post
From what I understand that if you drive around corner like a race car or if you have a camper in the bed that it will be okay to run one line. I did ran two lines so I will never find out.

BTW: Or if you load one side heavyer than the other side.
For the bags on my old Fargo I have a single fill point. On one side of the T that goes to the bags I added a valve. Open to equalize the sides when adding or removing air, close to isolate the bags from each other when driving.

If/when I add bags to the 2015 I'll do the same thing.
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