beck said:i ran into the same problem. after a few hours of staring at it i decide on using a t-fitting, and pipe plugging the other port. the t has a air in, and a air out. i ran the air out line through the front of the frame and exited out of the top in front of the upper control arm, and connected it to a electric valve.
hope this gives you an idea.
ok bro what you just described was a total waste of having dual ported bags.....and that t fitting is worth at least 7 feet of airline so that **** slowed you down as well. i may of misunederstood what you said but i don't think i did.