Download AIR LINE INSTRUCTIONS Caution: Leave sufficient airline slack to prevent any strain on fittings during axle motions. To prevent airline from melting, keep it at least 300mm from exhaust system, engine and heat sources. Caution: Avoid areas, which may cause failure of the air line. For example: battery, exhaust, engine and moving parts such as steering, suspension and cables. DUAL AIR LINE CONNECTION Figure 3 Dual Air Lines Figure 4 A. Select a location for the inflation valves in the rocker panel flange or by hood release insuring that each valve will be protected and accessible with an air hose. B. Determine and cut adequate length, not longer than 90” of airline to reach from valve location to left side air cylinder. C. Slide airline clamp onto the air line. Push the airline over the barbed end of straight fitting. Compress the ears on the air line clamp with pliers and slide it down to cover the barbed section ( Figure 5). Repeat for other side D. Connect the straight fitting to the right and left air spring and tighten securely. E. Route airline along frame or under fender panel to desired inflation valve location (Figure 3). Attach airline to the chassis with plastic straps or wire.