Frequently Asked Questions

JNR Designed Base Rear Air wiring and plumbing diagram

 

JNR Designed Fast Up Rear Air wiring and plumbing diagram

 

JNR Designed Standard Ride Height Repeater wiring diagram

 

JNR Designed V.C. Ride Height Repeater Wiring Diagram

 

JNR Designed Ride Height Repeater operating and adjusting instructions

 

JNR Designed Ride Height Repeater Installation Instructions

 

JNR Designed crash bar to tank conversion kit instructions

 

JNR Designed Tank kit compete addon wiring and plumbing

 

JNR Designed crash bar to air tank wiring and plumbing diagram

 

What is the difference between a JNR Base Kit and a JNR Fast Up Kit

The JNR Base Kit does not have an air tank and relies solely on the compressor to air the shocks up.

The JNR Fast Up Kit has a tank with a pressure switch which allows no wait on the compressor because the air tank will already have stored air ready to use.

 

 

What is the difference between the 95c, 98c and 100c compressors?

The 95c will build a higher pressure than the 98c, the 98c will have a higher volume but less pressure than the 95c. The 100c compressor is the best of both worlds being the largest compressor of the three, putting out more volume and pressure than the 95c and the 98c.

 

 

Should I use 1/4″ airline or 5/32″ airline?

We recommend all kits use 5/32″ airline. Bigger not always being better, the 1/4″ airline is simply more volume of airline to fill, and harder to route as cleanly as the 5/32 both have the same DOT pressure rating.

 

 

What shipping method does JNR use?

 

We use USPS priority shipping. Once your order has shipped it typically will arrive to you in 2-3 days in the United States. This includes weekends.

 

 

 

I Have a leak in my system, what do I need to do?

The most common problem on any air ride system is the dump valve. They tend to get debris caught in them which will cause the valve to not fully seat and cause air to escape. The dump valve is very easy to tear down and clean out. Here is a short video on how to do this. It is best to start with this step because it does not require you to pay to replace anything and is the most common cause for leaks. (Click here for the Dump Valve teardown video)

 

 

How do I get a tracking number for my order?

A tracking number will be immediately emailed to you once the label is printed.