I convinced the wife that I should take the Air Lift out from under the Christmas tree a bit early due to the perfect weather this weekend making it a much better time to work out in the garage.
I know a lof of you are running this kit now, are you using the 't' or running two inflation valves?
I put it in w/ the 't'. I ran the air line from the passanger's side to the drive's side, then ran both lines to the back bumper and put the 't' in there, mounting the valve pointing down under the back bumper.
It feels good, the manual said it would lose some pressure over the first night due to breaking it. I set it at 20psi last night, then checked it a couple of hours later and it was 18.5psi. This morning (drove about 50 miles last night) it was 18psi. I dropped it to 15psi since it will be unloaded this week.
I didn't notice much, if any, lift -- but I put the valve on the rear bumper so when I inflated it I was squatting down behind the truck, not giving me a very good perspective on it.
I am contemplating adding the second valve rather then the 't' though. I would think that compression of one side would result in a spike in the pressure on the other side that you wouldn't necessarily want when using the 't'. Right?
BUT the other thought is that if I'm towing the boat in the spring w/ and happen to blow an air line, pop a bag, or just have a failure in general at a bad time, I would want both sides to deflate evenly to keep things balanced, which the 't' would do.
How do you have your's hooked up.