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dakota digital they are expensive but good gauges plus you can get senders to read up to 400 psi
i paid 299.95 for my gauge with 5 400 psi senders shipped
 

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damn, thats a good deal. Post a pic when you get all that shit mounted!
 

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i dont know if I understand the question...

4 sensors, 1 for each bag....
front left
front right
back left
back right
 

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I dont know, my question wasnt exaclty a good one. Here's more what i meant.

what are the four numbers in the picture? Is that one for each bag? cus in the picture it says "air" "front" "PSI" "back"

What are each of these for? Is that for each individual corner? Plus how do you hook up a guage to your tank when it only displays 4 numbers and they only give you 4 senders with the kit?
 

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ok, ya, where it says "front", the numbers on either side of it would be the left and right bags...

same for the rear

I dont think on the AIM setup you can run 5 senders, but on the D.D. one you can, and the tank pressure would be displayed in the center of the screen..

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Originally posted by 216RIDER@Sep 16 2003, 03:50 PM
damn, thats a good deal. Post a pic when you get all that shit mounted!
its in but still black

the tank pressure is above psi
 

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alright cool, I can just put a regular guage on the tank just to make sure everythings filling to where it should be. I just really wanna know what the pressure is in all the bags. Thanks a bunch.
 

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AIM sells dual needle gauges like what I have for fairly cheap, you just need to tap into the line somewhere and run small hoses to them, I used 5/32" tubing for mine..
 
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