Using Digital Air Command I and II, users can adjust air pressure by pushing a button inside the vehicle. The units can be mounted on any flat surface inside the cab.
"Our new Digital Air Command I has two buttons to control air pressure, while Digital Air Command II features four buttons to give drivers the ability to adjust a single pair of air springs left and right, or adjust two pairs of springs - front and rear - equally," said Todd Green, regional sales manager of Firestone Industrial Products' Ride-Rite division. "An additional benefit of our electronically controlled gauge is that there is no tubing to run inside the vehicle."
The Digital Air Command I system levels two rear air spring equally side-to-side, while the Digital Air Command II levels both side-to-side and front-to-rear. The systems include a digital gauge, standard duty air compressor, valve block and necessary tubing and fittings.
More info: www.ride-rite.com.