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Discussion in '200-Series Cruisers' started by Willy beamin, May 22, 2015.
Forgot I had these filed away - maybe you'll find these when you need them.
How do you post a PDFs, I have one on the 200 ahc I would like to post
I just dragged the file over into my text box. Try that out
I'd be interested in that 200 AHC pdf...
Private message me your email and I can email you the PDF, it's very interesting
For anyone interested in the LX's AHC system, see the attached pdf document (provided by SWUtah!)
@Romer - will you consider adding these two files to the FAQ section - thanks
I'll send you a PM too
Question: Why does the OME instructions have you open the KDSS valves after the vehicle is in the rack but close them when it is back on the ground? I'll be installing Front then Rear without ever having the entire truck in the air. Anything wrong with opening the valves before lifting one end?
No idea. I opened valves, lifted, let all the wheels hang, installed suspension, closed valves, lower vehicle. No issues.
No, i dont have a rack at home and operate using the same method as you mentioned. I assume OME suggests it to allow full droop. My best guess anyhow.
I could be wrong
Thanks Willy. So just to confirm, you opened the valves, jacked one end, installed the bits, lowered the truck, and then closed the valves with no problemo?
@OregonLC All four wheels were off the ground via jack stands. Once i was finished and lowered the truck back on the ground I had to try and cycle the suspension to even out the heights (left to right) but that's it.
FYI, the KDSS fill and bleed process looks like a PITA.
Good thing you’ll never have to do it...
Unless you go past 3 turns.
I almost did when I was using a light impact to break it free.