You really need the zero loss chuck to do it right. The volume is so small in the shocks, just the tiny bit that escapes when you check it changes the pressure a lot.Those sr5 pods hard to find, for cheap at least. Montero suv had a similar inclinometer etc. my be able to find one of those units easier/cheaper.
About to break down and build a Nitrogen fill station and rent a tank of air to fill these shocks. 4wp wants $70 bucks or so to fill two shocks. by the time i get around to the fronts, might as well end up with the tool afterwards.
priced out fill kit is ~ $100 before a purchased or rented tank.
- Uniweld RPH400 nitrogen regulator $60.00
- Uniweld 40045 Air Chuck $15.61
- Uniweld H5SMBY Soft Magic Barrier Charging and Vacuum Hose $25.10
are the screw down shock fill adapters really necessary?
seems like you could dial the main hose regulator from the bottle and double check with a semi truck tire gauge.
seems logical. And thanks for chiming in both you guys offer to help out. super cool. If either you or @bri_man57 got the resources and time available, ill make the drive out. would give me a chance to scope the builds too.The volume is so small in the shocks, just the tiny bit that escapes when you check it changes the pressure a lot.
I up the road a little bit in Ventura, I will fill them for you.
agreed on owning a full nitro setup. That is the way to go for sure, i can put this purchase on the back burner for now if a quick fill is available.That's funny, I'm in ventura too and would fill your shocks lol.
I say get your own setup if you plan to keep the truck, even if for a little. 1 bottle will last you forever and you never have to think about it. It's way better lol.
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