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d) With pliers slide the air line clamp forward until it fully covers the barbed section. Repeat for the air line from the other air cylinder (Figure 4).
e) Select a location for inflation valve in the gas cap well, the trunk, rear bumper, fender flange or behind the license plate, assuring that the valve will be protected and accessible with an air hose (Figure 6).
f) Drill a 5/16" hole for inflation valve and mount as in illustration (Figure 8). Rubber washer is for outside weather seal.
g) Push the remaining air line over the last fitting on tee and route along frame to desired inflation valve location (Figure 6). Attach with plastic straps of wire.
h) Slide air line clamp over the air line. Push air line onto fitting covering all barbs; with pliers slide the air line clamp forward until it fully covers the barbed section (Figure 7).
i) Raise axle or lower body until air cylinders lightly touch lower spring protector and upper spacer. NOTE: Check to be sure the air line does not kink or become pinched between the spacer and cylinder or floor pan.