PREPARATION FOR USE - CONTINUED
Adjusting Air Spring Riding Height
Air springs should be checked for proper riding height
only when the shelter has been raised and locked in
Ensure that the dolly set with attached shelter is on level ground.
Check all air spring (1) riding heights by observing the position of the black rectangles painted on the shock
When the bottom edge of the shield (3) on the shock absorber, is above the black rectangle (4) painted on
the body of the shock absorber, the air spring inflation is too high (over inflated).
If the air spring is over inflated, let air out of the air spring (by pressing the valve stem (5) on the air spring)
until the bottom edge of the shield (3) and the top of the black rectangle (4) line up.
If the shock absorber shield (3) covers the black rectangle, the air spring pressure is too low.
If the air spring pressure is too low, add air (inflate) to each low air spring until the shield and the black
rectangle line up.
When any one air spring is adjusted, check the other three air springs.
Inflate or remove air until all four air springs are at the correct riding height.