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Old 04-07-2013, 02:53 PM
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Monroe Air Shocks air pressure fitting mount location

For those of you who have installed these, where have you mounted the air fitting? I've seen a few examples of brackets, but not so many mounted. Would you change where you located it, or did you relocate it from the original location?

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Old 04-07-2013, 04:58 PM
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I mounted mine here, has been working good so far. I've only had then on a month or so..

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Mine was next to my license plate, but out of the swing of the hitch.
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For those of you who have installed these, where have you mounted the air fitting? I've seen a few examples of brackets, but not so many mounted. Would you change where you located it, or did you relocate it from the original location?

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Mine's mounted outboard on the drivers side of the rear-most transverse frame.
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Mine's mounted outboard on the drivers side of the rear-most transverse frame.

I mounted mine here as well, there was a hole already there that made this most convenient and still easy to access. I no longer run them otherwise I'd send a pic.
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I just have mine zip tied up to one of the holes on the cross member where the spare is.

You can kinda sorta see it here



It isn't the most convenient place and my original plan was to put in an air pump underneath and just be able to adjust it from the cab somehow but I think I'm going to put a lift on it and sell these shocks anyway.

Found another shot...

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Are ya'll hooking up one fitting to each shock, or one fitting per pair?
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Old 04-12-2013, 09:57 AM
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I did one per pair.

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Are ya'll hooking up one fitting to each shock, or one fitting per pair?

Both shocks running to the supplied t-valve.
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