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Replacement Air Spring for Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Boxes - Qty 1

Replacement Air Spring for Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Boxes - Qty 1

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Lippert Accessories and Parts - LC432404

  • Fifth Wheel King Pin
  • Air Springs
  • Trailair Pin Box
  • Lippert

Replaces 1 damaged air bag for Trailair fifth-wheel pin boxes. Fits all Trailair fifth-wheel pin boxes.


Features:

  • Replaces 1 damaged air bag for Trailair 5th-wheel pin box models
  • Fits all Trailair fifth-wheel pin boxes
  • Air bag installs in the head to absorb road shock
  • Quantity: 1 air bag


Fits:

  • All Trailair fifth-wheel pin boxes


432404 Replacement Air Spring for LCI Trail Air Fifth Wheel Pinboxes - Qty 1

Replaces Lippert LC156727 and LC156622





Video of Replacement Air Spring for Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Boxes - Qty 1

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Lippert Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Box Air Spring Replacement Review

Hey everybody, how's it going Today we're gonna be going over and showing you how to install the Replacement Air Spring assembly, here for the Trailair and Curt Flex Air 5th Wheel Pin Boxes. So in regards to fit, this airbag here is gonna be correct for all the Trailair Pin Boxes, as well as the Curt and Ultra-Fab ones that use the integrated airbag. So this is actually an exact fit replacement for the pin box here. This airbag is gonna be the same one that it would've come with when it's new, it's actually made by Continental Tyre. It's a durable, double bellow construction. Nice thick and heavy duty rubber.

So you know you're getting a quality, well made product. So a couple reasons you may be replacing the air spring assembly here for your pin boxes. Number one, if it has a hole or it's leaking. Now we can obviously determine this by spraying the airbag as well as the fitting down with a soapy water solution. Sometimes it is actually the air valve at the top of the bag that's leaking and not the actual air spring itself.

Now luckily that is offered as a replacement part and it's a little bit more cost effective than the actual airbag. So, I do recommend spraying everything down just to make sure you've ensured it's the airbag. But there could be a pinhole in the airbag, whether that's caused by some sort of object stabbing into it, or a lot of the reasons that people replace these is, they're obviously a little bit older so they've been sitting outside, subjected to the UV rays of the sun. And that'll actually break down that rubber over time and cause what's known as dry rotting. You'll see some cracks in the bag there.

And if those cracks occur, that's either going to lead to a blowout or it could already be leaking air. So, those are just some of the more common reasons you might wanna replace the air spring. I actually know some people that just keep an extra one on board in the trailer with them, because it is pretty easy to swap out. So, you can always have one on hand in case yours fails. So in regards to installation, this is very simple.

We actually only need a couple tools to do this. And as I said, some people actually keep an extra on hand, because it's that easy to install. But with that being said, we'll go ahead and walk you through this entire process now. So the first step of our installation, we obviously wanna make sure our system is completely depressurized. So, remove the cap up top and press that plunger down there. Make sure there isn't any air left over in your airbag. But once we've done that we need to take some sort of support device. If you have something you could prop up underneath the skid plate on the trailer, that'll work. Or if you have a ratchet strap we're gonna show you another method. Basically, we just kinda wanna hold everything together. That way when it lines back up we're not fighting it too much, 'cause it is a heavy pin box. So I'm just gonna connect the two ends like that. Then I'm going to tighten my ratchet strap here, just so it's gonna hold everything nice and steady together. So next we're gonna take a 3/4 inch socket and a 3/4 inch wrench, and we're gonna loosen to remove this top bolt here for our shock absorber. And then we're gonna rotate our shock down. Next, we're gonna take a 9/16 inch socket and we're gonna remove the two nuts here from the top of the pin box there. So, these are actually securing these studs on the airbag to the fifth wheel hitch. So we're gonna go ahead and remove those. So we do have to transfer this inflation valve from our old airbag to our new bag. So we're just gonna take a 9/16 inch socket, and we're just gonna remove that air fitting. So now we're gonna compress our airbag here. You can see we have a lot more room and now we have to rotate it. Rather not rotate it, we have to slide it over. There's gonna be a keyway here on the bottom of this plate. We'll show you that once we get it out, but we need to press down and then push over and then we should be able to lift up and out. And there we have it. So here's a closer look. There's actually a carriage bolt on the bottom of our airbag here. That lines up with this keyway here. So, the flat head of the carriage bolt is gonna go through that round opening and then we slide it over. It's gonna lock it into place into this little groove there. So we've got the old airbag out. We're ready to install a new airbag. But before we do that, there is one thing on the bottom of the bag that we need to transfer from our old bag to our new bag. And that's gonna be this carriage bolt here. So you're gonna take an open-ended wrench and there's gonna be some flat sides directly under the head of the carriage bolt. You're gonna use that to remove it, but before you do that, you wanna go ahead and measure the distance from the top or the bottom plate on the air spring here to the bottom lip of the carriage bolt, because you need to reinstall the new carriage bolt into the new airbag with about the same amount of distance between there. That way it's gonna lock into that keyway and fit nice and snug. Now there's also some red Loctite attaching this carriage bolt to the bottom of the air spring so it is gonna be kinda tough to remove. And you wanna make sure that you reapply some locking compound when you reinstall this carriage bolt. So now we'll take our new air spring assembly, make sure the inflation port is facing out and away from you. We'll go ahead and compress it with our hands and slide it into position as best as we can. Now we'll take our Nyloc nuts here, the same ones that we removed previously. So our airbag actually doesn't come with any hardware. So everything that we removed to get the old one out, we need to reinstall for the new one. So we'll take those, thread 'em on by hand. Then we'll take our wrench here and begin tightening them down. So, unfortunately there isn't a torque spec for these. We're kinda just gonna be doing it by feel. With the Nyloc nut there, as soon as you get the threads poking through, it's gonna do its job and not back out, but we do wanna make sure that they're snug. So it's bringing the top of the plate of the airbag to the bottom of the plate on our pin box. Really can't be exact about it. Just gonna be playing it by feel. You can kinda judge how much force it took you to remove the old ones as sort of your guide for tightening these, but we don't want to over torque it and risk breaking the studs. So next we're gonna take our inflation valve here and go ahead and re-install it. Now this isn't required. If you have some thread tape or some locking thread sealer I recommend go ahead and placing a couple dabs on here. But if you guys don't have any it's not something I would run out to town just to get. There's still gonna be some on there from the factory, but we do kind of wear a little bit of that away when we remove it and install the new one. So, again, if you have it, great, use it. But if not, don't worry, not a big deal. We'll just go ahead and thread that in there by hand. And once it gets to a certain point, we'll need to switch over with our ratchet. So again, for this one there is no torque spec. We're gonna be doing this mostly again by feel, but we're also gonna be sort of looking, if you pay attention to how tight the air fitting was on there when you removed it, you can kinda gauge how tight it needs to be, just in regards to the number of threads showing. So I'm just kinda looking in there to see how many threads are engaged into the air spring. And it looks like we got 'em all but about two or three. And that was pretty much where it was from the factory so I'm gonna call that good, but we will leak test this just to be sure. Now we're gonna re secure our shock absorber here. Finally, we need to do a leak test. So I'm gonna go ahead and remove the cap here. I'm just gonna put some air into this system. Not a lot, but we do need enough to pressurize it. Hold it there for a couple seconds. Should be good. Now I'm gonna take a soapy water solution, I'm gonna spray down our fitting here along with our bag just to check everything over, make sure we don't have any rapid forming bubbles. And again, we're just using a solution of mostly water with a couple drops of dish soap. So we'll begin spraying everything down here, making sure we don't have any leaks. So I don't see any rapid forming bubbles up here. So that would indicate everything is sealed properly. I've checked the bag as well, but that's gonna do it today for our look in installation of the replacement air spring here for the Trailair and Curt Flex Air Fifth Wheel Pin Boxes..


Customer Reviews

Replacement Air Spring for Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Boxes - Qty 1 - LC432404

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (33 Customer Reviews)

Replaces 1 damaged air bag for Trailair fifth-wheel pin boxes. Fits all Trailair fifth-wheel pin boxes.

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Fairly simple to replace airbag and shock. Decal on shock a little messed up and no replacement decal available. The locating bolt on the bottom of airbag didn't line up so I was unable to use it. Place a rubber mat under bag to stop metal on metal contact. Replaced locking nuts and added SS flat washers.


Comments
Have to air it up every couple days. Cant find the leak. For that price it should hold air.
Lockcop - 09/28/2019

I reached out to my contact at Lippert who said that the air spring for the Trailair pin boxes does naturally leak off air so what you are experiencing is normal. If you'd like to swap out to a different pin box that doesn't require as much maintenance just let me know what your pin box number is and I can recommend a replacement for you.

-- Etrailer Expert Jon G - 10/3/2019


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etrailer came through once again. By far the beat customer service of any online parts company I've ever done business with! We were in a real bind on a tight schedule, and Steve Z and etrailer delivered overnight as promised.



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Fit my Redwood 2015 31sl perfectly!! Got it fast, love etrailer



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Excellent people to deal with. Great parts work perfect



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I ordered and it came within a week.Watched the video from your website on how to install and it went perfectly.It is a little higher and appears to be better built than the old one, but alined up and back together easily.



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Wasn't sure the air assembly was going to work out. But was very happy that it did. The air bag needed nuts instead of bolts. But you have to overcome your knowledge about products and you will Succeed.



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The installation video for the air spring was great. It made replacing the component a breeze. The one problem that I encountered was that the part I received was slightly different than advertised. The old air spring used bolts on top to mount it the hitch. The air spring that came in the box had threaded studs already mounted on the top. I didn’t realize this until after I had installed it. Luckily I had the right size nuts in my toolbox. Al in all etrailer does a good job of providing the replacement parts I need for my fiver.



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I chose Etrailer parts because they had a good selection of high quality replacement parts for my AirRide 5th wheel hitch (and everything else I need for my truck and trailers). My original equipment was very old, and I expected it to be impossible to find a replacement that fit, but George at Etrailer had them NEW. I installed the parts a year ago and I have been very happy. The quality is clear after a year of hard use--the parts still look and perform like new (better than the rest of the trailer!). The pictures show it ... the shock absorber and air bladder and steel yellow valve stem still in top shape with almost a thousand miles on them. So glad I have Etrailer a try!



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Fits great no modification or anything bolt in and go


Comments
Great price great product after a year still going strong.
Jamie - 04/22/2022


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After reading several reviews and the advice offered here as well as a discussion with the sales staff, I was still hesitant to order this replacement for my trailair pin box because not one of the numbers on my 2012 pin box matched the numbers on the new airbag. Mine was leaking pretty good on the last trip so I ordered this one and it fit perfectly, Did not take long to install once i realized it had to be collapsed and rotated to loosen the bottom bolt.


Comments
It appears to be leaking at the same rate as the one I replaced. It also compresses more on one side than the other when loaded. Looked through the forums checked with customer support and it seems this is normal for it to sit this way, just doesn’t lookfit like the original.
Randy - 07/01/2019

If this one is leaking similar to your previous bag I would recommend checking for the leak location. It may be the fill fitting or a pinch location (maybe on the lower side) that could let the problem continue. We typically use a spray bottle with soapy water here to test for leaks at our install location.

-- Etrailer Expert Rachael H - 7/9/2019


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So far so good. I installed it and took a 1700 mi trip. No problems. For storage should air be reduced?


Comments
A minimum of 5 psi in the bag is a good amount to retain its shape while in storage. For winter storage, you do not want much pressure on the bag and fittings.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 10/14/2021


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Great product



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Great product!


Comments
After 1 year, working great!
Glenn - 10/01/2021


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Came quicker than originally projected & was exactly what I ordered. Korren was very helpful with my questions prior to ordering. I was able to install it in 15 minutes.



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I sent a picture of the air spring installed. Thank you so much. If you remember the first order got lost in customs on Canadian side. You shipped another one to a kinek site and we picked it up there. All is ok now thank you again if in need of parts again you are on my list.



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It fit perfectly



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It is flat. I have never had it hold air as it should. The one I replaced held air steady for 5 yrs before it started to fail. Spendy piece of rubber!!!!



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Montrell, The Air Spring for the 5th wheel Trailair Pin Box I installed this morning, pumped it to 80 psi, still holding pressure. The installation was very easy, was a exact replacement of the original Trailair air spring. I was glad I was able to find and use a etrailer produce. Thanks so much for sour assistance. R/. James Baldwin



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Great fit, no problem to install. I have a TrailAir pin box



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Fast Shipping and Quality Product



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Great product very easy to replace the old one.



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finished installing bag this morning works great the shipping was great to received it a day ahead of the time thank you HENRY



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Delivery was timely and parts appear to be good. Will install on my next days off.



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  • How Does Air Bag Replace in Lippert Trailair Pin Box
    I called my contact at Lippert and although we do not have an installation video I was able to find the instructions that explain how to install a replacement air spring like part # LC432404. You would need to do the following per the instructions: The bag is fastened at the bottom first by inserting the carriage bolt in the key hole shape opening on the lower plate allowing the bolt head to slide in and be pulled forward securing the bag in place. Secure air bag with the air fill fitting...
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  • Should Shock of Trailair Pin Box be Put Back Place Before Driving
    As soon as you can you'd want to let all of the air out of the shock of your Trailair pin box so that you can realign it back into the top two slots it needs to fit into and also the carriage bolt that holds it from the bottom as well. I wouldn't necessarily stop where you are at and not try to make it to somewhere with tools to do the job but you wouldn't want to keep going for a long time as the shock would wear out and you'd have to replace it with part # LC432404.
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    The Trail Air L05 is a replacement for the Lippert 1621 pin box. Per my Lippert representative, the # LC432404 is the correct replacement air bag for your Trail Air Flex Air pin box. According to Lippert, the most common reasons why your air bag isn't holding pressure would be a hole in the bag, a faulty Schrader valve or an improperly installed connection between the valve and the air bag. To determine where the leak is, take some liquid dishwashing liquid and dilute it a bit with water....
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  • Replacement Air Spring for Trailair Flex Air Pin Box and Installation
    I found the directions regarding how to replace the air spring in your Trailair Flex Air 5th Wheel Pin Box # LC328492 with the Replacement Air Spring # LC432404. According to the instructions: "The bag is fastened at the bottom first by inserting the carriage bolt in the keyhole shape opening on the lower plate allowing the bolt head to slide in and be pulled forward securing the bag in place. Secure air bag with the air fill fitting in the up position with 2 locking nuts, not exceeding...
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  • Replacing the Air Bag in Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Box
    While there is not a video on how to install the Replacement Air Spring for Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Boxes # LC432404 we have gotten this question before and according to the manufacturer, Lippert, this is what the directions entail for replacing the spring: "The bag is fastened at the bottom first by inserting the carriage bolt in the keyhole shape opening on the lower plate allowing the bolt head to slide in and be pulled forward securing the bag in place. Secure air bag with the air fill...
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  • Replacement Air Bag Recommendation for Trailair Pin Box Labeled L05
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  • Is the Replacement Air Bag # LC432404 Compatible with the Trailair Flex Air # LC328484
    Yes the Replacement Air Bag # LC432404 that you referenced is the correct replacement part for your Trailair Flex Air 5th Wheel Pin Box # LC328484. I spoke with my contact at Lippert who confirmed this. It is always a great idea to carry some replacement parts especially if you will be in some remote places.
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    Based on the numbers you listed you have a 21k Lippert 1621 Trailair pin box # LC158778 installed on your trailer. That means that the correct air bag replacement is the part # LC432404 which we have confirmed as a fit from Lippert.
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  • Purpose of Two Nuts on Top of Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Box LC158778
    The two nuts visible on the top of a Trailair pin box like # LC158778 are the attachment points for the internal air spring. If you look at the replacement spring part # LC432404 you'll see the two threaded posts that those nuts fit on to hold the spring in place. If your 5th wheel trailer sways when you accelerate you can check that you have air pressure in the spring and also check your trailer tire pressure to ensure it is correct all the way around. Trailer loading can also affect...
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    You can find the parts right here! I reached out to the manufacturer, Lippert, about the correct replacement shock and air bag for your Trailair Tri-Glide pin box. They told me you will be able to use the Replacement Shock # LC177223 as well as the Replacement Air Spring # LC432404 on your Tri-Glide.
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  • Are Replacement Air Bags Available for Trailair Pin Boxes
    Yes, we do have replacement air bags for the Trailair pin boxes like the part # LC158778. For that you'd want the part # LC432404.
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  • Air Spring for Air Ride Pin Box is Leaking and Air Bag Warranty
    I reached out to the manufacturer, Lippert, who told me the Replacement Air Spring for Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Boxes # LC432404 has a 1-year warranty from the date it was purchased. It should definitely not be losing 20 psi in one day so it sounds like you just have a leak, which may be from the air bag or the inflation valve. You will want to use a solution of soap and water and spray the bag and valve, and wherever the bubbles are forming, you'll know that's where the leak is. The air...
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  • Does Trailair Pin Box Air Bag Secure to Bottom of Pin Box
    We've checked with Lippert in the past and here's the instructions for replacing the air bag with part # LC432404. The bag is fastened at the bottom first by inserting the carriage bolt in the key hole shape opening on the lower plate allowing the bolt head to slide in and be pulled forward securing the bag in place. Secure air bag with the air fill fitting in the up position with 2 locking nuts, not exceeding 20 ft/lb torque on the top plate of the air bag. Install air fitting using Teflon...
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  • Can You Still Tow Your Trailer if the Air Bag on a Lippert Trailair Air Ride Pin Box Pops
    If the air bag on your Lippert Trailair Air Ride Pin Box # LC158778 were to malfunction and no longer hold air you would NOT be stuck, but you'll want to get the trailer off the road and to a service center for repairs as soon as possible to replace the bag. Airbag malfunctions aren't all that common, but if it ever happens you can use the Replacement Air Spring for Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Boxes - Qty 1 # LC432404 to replace the damaged bag.
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  • Replacement Air Bag and Shock for Trailair Pin Box
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  • Replacement Airbag For A Lippert Trailair Air Ride Pin Box
    I have an invoice dated for August 2020 showing the Trailair Air Ride 5th Wheel Pin Box - Lippert 1116 - 21,000 lbs # LC155943. If this is the pin box you are referring to then the replacement airbag is the # LC432404.
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  • Replacement Air Bag and Shock for Trailair Pin Boxes
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  • Replacement Air Bag and Shock for a TrailAir Cushioned Pin Box
    Can't say I have seen a 24K Trailair pin box before. What is the model number on it? The highest I have seen is 21K and the air bag for those and some 18K models is # LC432404. There should also be some information on your existing air bag if you can take it out. For the shock use # LC177223.
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  • Replacement Air Spring and Shock for Flex Air 5th Wheel Pin Box LC328492
    If the rubber air spring in your Trailair Flex Air 5th Wheel Pin Box # LC328492 has failed you can replace just the spring itself with part # LC432404. We also offer a replacement shock for this pin box which is part # LC177223.
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  • How To Fix Trailair Flex Air 5th Wheel Pin Box Losing Pressure
    There could be one of two places that you are loosing air from on your Trailair Flex Air 5th Wheel Pin Box. In order to determine where you will want to mix up a solution of soapy water and spray the airbag and inflation valve down while under pressure. If you see any bubbles forming then you know that is where the leak is occurring. If the leak is on the actual airbag then it will need to be replaced for which we have the Replacement Air Spring for Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Boxes part # LC432404....
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  • What PSI Should the Trailair Pin Box Air Spring Be Inflated
    The Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Boxes like # LC158778 have an air pressure range between 20 and 120 psi. The amount of air pressure needed for your specific trailer will be indicated by a sticker located on the front shock and not by a specific psi. You will simply line up the lower part of the shock's outer tube with the top of the sticker. I've attached some photos to assist. It is common for the stickers to not be perfectly placed, so the manufacturer says to inflate the Air Spring # LC432404...
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  • Can the Trailer Still Be Towed With the Trailair Air Ride 5th Wheel Pin Box If the Air Bag Fails
    If the airbag inside of the Trailair Air Ride 5th Wheel Pin Box part # LC158777 fails which is very rare then it would be best to have a backup on hand, the Replacement Air Spring for Trailair 5th Wheel Pin Boxes part # LC432404 that way you can replace this roadside because it is only held in place with three nuts/bolts so it should be rather easy. We also have the Replacement Shock for Trailair Air Ride and Flex Air 5th Wheel King Pins part # LC177223 but this is not as critical to have...
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  • Should Cracked Air Bag for Trailair Air Ride 5th Wheel Pin Box be Replaced
    There isn't really a life expectancy rating for the air bag # LC432404 in your Trailair Air Ride 5th Wheel Pin Box simply because there are too many factors that go in to determining this (how often the trailer is used/not used, how much air is in the bag, climate, how exposed it is to the sun, etc...). With that said, from the picture you sent in I'd definitely go ahead and switch that out because yours looks really worn and 5 years service really isn't too bad. One tip I do have though...
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