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Air Hose Connection next to Hitch
I was thinking that my coach came with the hookup to send air to the toad for braking.  I bought the Air Force 1 system and was going to go and install the system on the Tahoe.  I tried the air hose that goes between the coach and toad but the...

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Re: Air Hose Connection next to Hitch
Reply #1
I installed the M&G Brake system on my 96 U 320
activated by air brakes on MH and utilizing air fitting
Like your fitting to connect when towing the toad.

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The small air line fittings are readily available at Rv places and a lot of part store...You can cut the air line close to your big fitting, the new fitting will have the Ferrell , the small brass olive looking thing that does on the line after...

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It probably is an AF1 hookup.  I think the AF1 fitting is an unusual size.  Smaller than standard.  I damaged my hose and had to get one from AF1.  I was unable to find a replacement locally.

Rich

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I believe they are all different, I have the BrakeMaster made by Roadmaster and the connection is made in Germany.  They use to be carried by Camping World in shelf  stock as a Roadmaster replacement part in small plastic packets.  The link below...

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I recommend having the air system inspected by someone familiar with air brakes and the various supplemental braking systems. This isn't an area where it's safe to assume something without being certain of the configuration.

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Re: Air Hose Connection next to Hitch
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I recommend having the air system inspected by someone familiar with air brakes and the various supplemental braking systems. This isn't an area where it's safe to assume something without...


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