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Just installed my Air Lift 1000HD in-coil airbags. Decided against putting my Schrader valves exposed by my license plate. I mounted them in my Rambox instead beside the 110AC receptacle.
 

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Just installed my Airlifter 1000HD in-coil airbags. Decided against putting my Schrader valves exposed by my license plate. I mounted them in my Rambox instead beside the 110AC receptacle.
Sounds like a great name for a 1000 HP special edition Power Wagon :)
 

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Just installed my Air Lift 1000HD in-coil airbags. Decided against putting my Schrader valves exposed by my license plate. I mounted them in my Rambox instead beside the 110AC receptacle.
Great idea! Do you know whether the Schrader valves could've been routed through any of the existing holes in the license plate? I don't have Ramboxes, but did want to avoid drilling any holes that aren't necessary and visible to a passer-by.
 

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Great idea! Do you know whether the Schrader valves could've been routed through any of the existing holes in the license plate? I don't have Ramboxes, but did want to avoid drilling any holes that aren't necessary and visible to a passer-by.
I used one of my license plate holes to run the valve through. I did have to drill through the bumper plastic but is hidden with the tag mounted.
 

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this is exactly what I want to do with my 2019 ram rebel, also has ramboxes. what airbags did you get? did you install yourself? I also plan on making something to store a small compressor in the rambox.
 
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I used one of my license plate holes to run the valve through. I did have to drill through the bumper plastic but is hidden with the tag mounted.
Nice - this is just what I was hoping for! Thanks for posting. Any concern that drilling through the bumper voids warranty coverage?
 

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Nice - this is just what I was hoping for! Thanks for posting. Any concern that drilling through the bumper voids warranty coverage?
nope. you are not affecting the mounting or structure of the bumper at all
 

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