This will be the first in several upcoming posts about some commonly asked air suspension questions that we will be covering over the coming weeks. If there is something that you’ve been wondering, feel free to send us an email ([email protected]) with those questions and we can feature those in upcoming posts.
If you haven’t noticed already on our website, our air systems are not pictured with the other air components needed including tank, compressor, air lines, management, etc (see above). This is because we only offer the air bags themselves, the corresponding struts, leader lines, and other hardware that helps mount the bags and struts. Being a suspension manufacturer at the heart of the company, we figured we’d focus on what we know best, suspension, and leave the management up to companies that know that best until we’re able to become management expert ourselves.
What this means for you, the customer, would be that you’d need to source the air system’s management and other components through another source. Everyone’s budget it going to vary and ultimately be a deciding factor on what type of management is used on the vehicle. Each different type and brand will come with it’s pros and cons and we’re certainly happy to guide you to what would work best for you, your vehicle, and your budget.
So, to get to the question: what air system management can I use with my Raceland air bags? The simple answer is: any type of management can be used if set up correctly. Now that probably isn’t the answer that some would like to hear but stay tuned and we’ll go over the different types and their pros and cons in the coming posts that will help you determine what would be best for your situation.
If you have questions in the meantime or have suggestions on further articles, please send an email to [email protected] or give us a call, 801-365-1440.