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I will post up a buch today to make everyone life easier.
I will start with this .PDF Since everyone loves the Universal Areo strut bag.
http://www.airassisted.ca/aac/air strut.pdf
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Re: Kit Instructions ([email protected])

Easystreets Auto Pilot.
I know a lot of people here run this system.
Here is a link to the .PDF Instructions.
http://easystreetair.com/manuals/27630.pdf

Tip, Do not steel power from your amp. You head unit will shut down fast. With Auto pilot do not go directly to the Main Ignition wire. Its possible to get a power surge on start and blow your head unit. Cigerette lighter power works well. Remmeber to fuse this wire also.
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Mark 4 Easystreet Struts (these dont get a lot of love on here.)
Front
http://easystreetair.com/manuals/75513.pdf
Rear
http://easystreetair.com/manuals/75613.pdf
Good for info and pictures.



Modified by [email protected] at 10:43 AM 4-24-2008
 

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Re: Kit Instructions ([email protected])

good stuff right here...
should be using quite a bit of this in the next few weeks... http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
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NICE! I used a similiar product years ago when I was building a cabin, I wonder if that kind of stuff would work. Awesome to see it does! Ill have to go buy some next weekend.
 

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The roof patch insulation is fine for floor applications. On hot days, its backing is known to soften and even melt. If you're putting it on vertical surfaces or the underside a panel, keep this in mind. And the smell is much "different" than higher end insulation - a very strong asphalt smell. The higher end products are usually engineered for automotive use and don't have these issues.
 

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siiick im busy right now but definitely going to review this later... kevin, i will talk to you on monday
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awesome stuff .... this is by far the most usefull info for me so far since i am trying to learn this on my own so i don't have to depend on others .... http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif KEVIN
 
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