When making the decision to add an on-board air compressor system to your air spring setup, there are a lot of decisions that you need to make – analog or wireless? Heavy-duty or standard-duty? Single-path or dual-path?
Single-path systems are routed in a way that will allow you to inflate or deflate two (or more) air spring at the same rate, at the same time, to the same air pressure. Your air springs will always be set to the same pressure, making adjusting quick and easy.
These systems are best utilized by those who are often towing or hauling loads that are evenly distributed side-to-side or front-to-back – like a 5th-wheel camper, a bumper-pull camper, or trailer. With a single-path system, you can raise the pressure in both springs evenly, easily lifting the squat from your vehicle.
Dual-path systems are routed in a way that allow each of the air spring to be inflated or deflated individually, independent of one another. This allows you to set your air springs to different pressures, depending on the needs of the load your are hauling.
These systems are best for those with pickup campers, or those who use the bed of their truck to haul various loads for work or play.
Our single-path and dual-path air compressor systems are available in analog and wireless styles, and are also sold with both standard- or heavy-duty compressor options.
Both single- and dual-path on-board air compressor systems can be installed in a few short hours or one of many dealers who are experienced in these installations!
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