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SP (Single Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your SP model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....List your SP parts here too.

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Thanks for the reply Jeff. The bus will air up fully, but the air dryer does pop off frequently. Are these switches available an RV dealer, or where?
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I bought mine on ebay. The part number is listed in this thread.

If your air dryer is popping every 5 minutes, that's ok to get you home.

Like I said, I carry a push-on connector with a cap since there is no way to turn off these accessories if they start leaking. I think a bird should have a valve to turn off all the non-essential air operated accessories in case something develops a leak on the road.

The two pressure protection valves will keep your system at 60psi, but that's barely enough to get you moving and certainly not safe for driving.
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Thanks. I have no time to wait for eBay. I'm outside of Tucson at the moment. I'll call around to see what I can find. Air system will air up to 120, so hopefully I'll be good to drive.
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What Jeff wrote... plus... I learned from an air leak (that started this thread) at my water purge line - since isolated by a ball valve shut off, clipped the line and put two DOT push fittings in either side of the ball valve. You might try switching the Clippard valve lines around so that open is closed and closed is open or capping/valving off the supply line to the Clippard valves, not hard with a few readily available parts at any truck shop. Good luck
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Thanks. I'll try that. Maybe that will work until I get home.
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