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hey all
i just got 2 accumulators for the rear of my Regal
i got them from a guy on here
anyway, when i took them out of the box, one is heavier than the other
does anyone know why this might be?
also, how much nitrogen should be in these things to work properly
i don't want to put them on until i know what's up here
any help would be appreciated
feel free to let me know anything else i should know about
thanks guys
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do you know if both or at least one of them is the euro/benz accumulator?

what type of weather are you in? during the cold season you may need to decrease the psi and during months increase it.

its a guess but maybe for your g-body 175 - 200 psi up front and 125-150 psi in the rear during the cold season.

then in summer maybe 225 - 250 ps up front, and 175-200 in the rear during summer months.

as far as the 2 different types??? can you post flickas of both? i've only used and seen the euro/benz ones.

the homie with they pumped lhs in here has them on his daily, kick the thread up until he answers.

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Originally posted by cceregalboy@Oct 19 2003, 11:33 PM
where can i get them checked to see how much psi is in them, anyway?
and who can charge them?
you can charge them your self homie, most tanks have a gauge on them, but dont use the shrader type fittings hyrdo companies sell.

let me look for the fitting that i used.

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bump for bouncing 89 merc to see this.


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Originally posted by Cruz_Campos+Oct 20 2003, 09:25 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Cruz_Campos @ Oct 20 2003, 09:25 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--cceregalboy@Oct 19 2003, 11:33 PM
where can i get them checked to see how much psi is in them, anyway?
and who can charge them?
you can charge them your self homie, most tanks have a gauge on them, but dont use the shrader type fittings hyrdo companies sell.

let me look for the fitting that i used.

:),

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charge them myself?
i'd like to know where i can pick up the equipment and nitrogen to do it
anyway, thanks for any help in this matter
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i had the same accumalros on 4 of my cars for 5 years and never charged a thing in my live and they still ride like butta... for one being heavier then the other fuck it as long as they work.... go to a welding shop to recharge them , but i doubt they need to be
 
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