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Total Load Control - Dodge Ram Air Suspension TLC™ is the patented air suspension that solves the problems hauling or towing heavy
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; keep the coil springs. TLC also makes units for 02-13 RAM 2500 & 02-15 RAM 3500 with leaf springs.
TLC adds over 5,000 lbs of lifting power to level any load or tow with the largest air springs on any full-size pickup – 9” Goodyear® dual bellows. Your truck will be safer, handle better and go faster around curves. TLC doesn’t interfere with the factory ride. You’ve never experienced the power of air bags until you try Total Load Control™. Easy to install; no drilling; fits leveled & body lifted trucks.
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Thinking about purchasing this system. I know that all of the compressors offered will inflate the bags with the push of a button. But what about deflating? Does this system allow for air to be released by pushing a button as well? Do all of the compressor options allow this (such as Pittsburgh Automotive) or only certain ones? Or does air always have to be released manually?
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I had the Airlift WirelessOne compressor system on my 1500 and they inflated and deflated by the push of a button. I'd assume all systems are like that or they would be pretty inconvenient.
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With TLC"s wired air kit, the air is released through the Shrader valve.
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With TLC"s wired air kit, the air is released through the Shrader valve.
Is the shrader valve on the dash kit beside the switch? I have my kit ready to install, but was looking to replace the switch as an all in one to control inflation/deflation in one. Like this one....http://www.etrailer.com/Accessories-...one/F2229.html

How user friendly is it to inflate/deflate this system with the current setup of the wired kit?
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