Pic-3

Top: The 3/8-inch manifold tubing is routed along the passenger side of the coach. Middle: A tee is used to direct tubing from the manifold into the rear wheel well. Above: Because six-tire kits use a male D-type connector to service the rear duals, the first step is to use a Unibit to drill a .79-inch hole in the fiberglass wheel-well lip.
The 2WayAir system is designed for universal application, so the first step is to locate the most convenient area to air-up/air-down the motorhome tires. With that decided, begin by brushing Teflon paste on the components prior to assembly. Shown here is the mini control valve, which is the main control valve for the system. The components are then assembled and tightened.

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