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Old 08-28-2013, 07:43 AM
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I run 10psi all the time and it sits level. I have 9 inch long bags(not the 12 inch long bags that come with the ram kit) because my truck is lowered in the rear to be level with the front. I use a bicycle pump to fill them, takes about 10 pumps to get to 35 psi(max psi). This will obviously vary by size of the pump. I just couldn't see spending a lot of money to get a compressor, especially hard wiring one, when the bags use such little volume of air. I bought a mini hand pump and leave it in the truck for if I need to add air on the fly, it takes more like 50 pumps to get to 35 psi, still not bad.
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