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Re: Air Brakes 1989 International with DT360 by Steve
Post New Message I did find a loose connection...a small hose at the dryer. However, it still won't come up to pressure. It does come up a little more. I'm really new at this so was wondering about the belt tension. How do you know if it's tight enough? How much deflection?
I'll check the the regulator but after looking at almost every other connection, there doesn't appear to be any air leaks. If I pull a little plastic cover off the regulator, there is an adjusting screw with a lock nut. It appears to be brass. Would it help if I exercised this setting making sure it was returned to the original position?

Thanks for your previous response. Since I'm money challenged, I have to work all this stuff out myself.

Steve
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