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Old 04-15-2018, 10:08 AM   #1
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Experience with Air Bags on Minnie 31 K

Has any one experimented with the air bags. I have read through the info in the owners manual but have not yet had the chance to check what pressure is in the bags currently. I am just getting my arms around all the MH stuff. Stuff I never had to deal with on the TT. Manual says pressures should be MIN =20psi MAX=80psi. I will be checking the pressures today (4/15/18) or tomorrow. I have noticed on the few drives, once to storage and once to service and back that the MH seems to have quite a bit of roll as it moves along. I am wondering if that may be due to not enough or no air pressure at all.
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