John mounted the air tank to the bottom of the trunk by drilling holes to match the mounting bracket holes on the tank. But before the tank was installed he installed the tank fittings. The same went for the air compressor. Then an airline was hooked up from the compressor to the tank, and then from the tank to the solenoid supply valve. With everything hooked up the last thing on the agenda was to finish up the electrical work. The RidePro controller is much more convenient when mounted close to the driver, therefore all of the sensor wires and power wires were ran to the Air Ride brain, which John mounted under the dash, along the back seat and rocker panel. Once the wires were up front John tapped into an ignition wire for power, and then plugged in the correlating plugs to the brain. Once the wires were up front John tapped into an ignition wire for power, and then plugged in the correlating plugs to the brain. The last thing to do is plug in the remote to the brain and mount it. Then turn the key, let the tank air up, and start hittin' switches! « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | View Full Article By Dakota Wentz Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!