What valves are you running? does the front come down quick?doe619 said:hi all, im new to this sight, awsome sight,, anyways i own 2000 gmc sierra extra cab with a 4' 6' drop , i recently bagged the truck and my question is why does the back come down really slow? is that narmal? and is there a way to make it come down fast?
Are all your valves 3/8? You have 2 per bag if you are running a 4-way system .. it's possible you have 3/8 fills but your dumps are smaller, or else you may have a muffler on the dump, did you have someone else install it?doe619 said:wow, quick reply...um there 3/8 lines w/ 3/8 valves about all i know about them, the front comes up pretty quick and so does the back, jus goin down is slow, jus the other day i was on the highway and this s-10 pulled up and he let down the rear it was loud and it came down pretty quick,,any suggestion,,thnx
They are mounted wiht about 4 feet of line to the bag. right next to the tank. I believe the ridepro's are 1/4" valves. I have 3/8" line and 5 gallons of air as well. It's prety quick in the back. the front isn't too bad either, those valves are mounted in the front fender though. I do need another 5 gallons of air bad though, then it would be much better.2k1slvrdo said:how big are ur valves y2ksierra? and where are they mounted..? My rear end is also about the same going up... maybe valve location really is key?