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  • oldguy
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Putting air in to coach
Where is the male quick coupler for putting air into coach.

Re: Putting air in to coach
Reply #1
You have to supply your own. They didn't come from the factory with the plan to add air, just to use the onboard air. If you are talking about where the air comes out then usually on passenger side first compartment back from front.

Re: Putting air in to coach
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I just made a male to male adapter, with a valve on it. Make sure you have a good drier on your compressor.
Some have Tee'd in at the drier at the rear, so it runs through the coach drier.
Chris

  • oldguy
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Re: Putting air in to coach
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Thanks, now I can quit looking. I will install my own or maybe I can hook 2 male ends together and put air into the system from
the female quick coupler. Putting in before the air dryer is a great idea

Re: Putting air in to coach
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...maybe I can hook 2 male ends together and put air into the system from the female quick coupler.
This may or may not work on your coach.

On older models (like mine) the "tire filler" air...

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  • oldguy
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Re: Putting air in to coach
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I can fill the tanks using the two male couplers, but I put in a Tee in front of the dyer. Thanks for the idea Chris

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Re: Putting air in to coach
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Here's what I use.
jor


Re: Putting air in to coach
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Here's what I use.
Where did you get that, John? I could use something like that for my outboard aux. compressor.  ^.^d

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Re: Putting air in to coach
Reply #8
Put a female disconnect in the coach Compressor to Air Dryer line?

Re: Putting air in to coach
Reply #9
Put a female disconnect in the coach Compressor to Air Dryer line?
The coach compressor? The tire fill hose has already gone through the dryer.

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Re: Putting air in to coach
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Craneman, I think he is talking about putting air into coach through tire hose from a portable compressor that has no dryer
But I may be wrong!!!
Chris

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The coach compressor? The tire fill hose has already gone through the dryer.
In the air line, between the coach compressor and the coach air dryer, install the apporpriate plumbing to charge...

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I added this connection this summer to my 2001 U320. This will charge the wet and front and rear service tanks and pressurize the leveling system.  It does not add air to the HWH tank.  Assuming all of your check valves and pressure protection...

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Re: Putting air in to coach
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I put a tee in at the air dryer and then a valve and then a male quick coupler and when I'm not using it I will take the quick coupler
off and put a plug in the valve. That whey I know it's safe. The female coupler on mine is in with the propane...

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