ah, where do i even start?
i would like to do airbags on the D60. ditch my current trac bar, and use the radius arms with custom coil mounts. got my eye on firestone bags wit hanywhere from 16-19" of travel. 6.6 OD so they should have no probelm fitting ontop of the axle and up next to the frame without to many issues....
for valving ideas i am thinking of this....
the valve in the middle to link the two bags thoughter. this can be kept closed for offcamber stability, or open/partially open for insasne front axle flex.
each bag would also have individual fills incase i got into trouble somewhere i could pump that side up some while leaving the other side as is.
each side will also have a dump valve so i can dump that bag if need be if i got int oa bad situtation(for instance on a severe offcamber, i could dump the high side bag to bring the truck down closer to the tire wile the low side stays up.)
i would only really plan on using the isolater valve between the bags on the trail usually, and use the other 4 for fine or added help if needed.
paln on using mechincal ball valves to eliminate elctric solinoid issues. all run into the cab in hopefully easy reach.
the York will be the primary air supply, and ill have a second electric compresser mounted as an auxilery one incase the york seizes/blows... probably gonna use about 5-6 gallons of storage air tanks for the supply.
so, what does everyone think?
more than enough flex? work good? ride hieght adjustment?
go for it?
my quick valving diagram. all the square small black spots are the valves...