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Quadra Lift Tank Adaptor type

Hi all, well I've been searching all over trying to identify that refill adapter at the end of the tank as it is a quick connector type by the camlock ring around it. I already have the nitrogen and scan tool parts so only missing this piece of information. Out of frustration I might just remove that whole valve and replace with another but then again, thread type???

I don't expect many may know however just asking in case there exists a type so I can buy the adaptor and make the hose to regulator. Any info appreciated here.

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Re: Quadra Lift Tank Adaptor type

I think I am close to finding it as in Australia ARB off road accessories have air kits and all seem to use similar fittings. Like this one so will visit and get back results to share if success.

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Re: Quadra Lift Tank Adaptor type

What has happened to your suspension?
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Re: Quadra Lift Tank Adaptor type

I can take a picture of the tool at work, but be careful messing with the tank there is over 1000psi in it. Is your system low and your trying to refill or what?
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Re: Quadra Lift Tank Adaptor type

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I think I am close to finding it as in Australia ARB off road accessories have air kits and all seem to use similar fittings. Like this one so will visit and get back results to share if success.

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Mousie are you looking for the fitting towards the top of the image? It's sort of like a Nitto coupling, but slightly different? If so, it might be the type off some Bushranger (Kingsley, ARB) compressors.

I'm curious what you're up to.

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Re: Quadra Lift Tank Adaptor type

https://www.moparessentialtools.com/...003&type=tools is the official tool.. miller doesn't seem to list the vehicle tank adapter separately
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Re: Quadra Lift Tank Adaptor type

Hi Folks, thanks for the replies and there is nothing wrong with my air suspension, however I am with a small group who have the air suspension quadra lifts and towing caravans etc around Aust. Already have the diagnostics, and enough experience with air suspensions generally and wanted to have the ability to repair this section of the car if needed. All are keeping their jeeps for a long time and I'm relatively new to the jeep world. So if I knew the adapter type, then I just need to buy the adapter to regulator type as the nitrogen is easy to get. I'm the repairer of all for the group so so speak. Just have a look on the aust forums for the time a repair is required and the length of time waiting at a location (weeks!) which has us spooked. In my other forums I've written many tutes for DIY on the go for the LR Discovery's to help people understand and how to tackle on the roadside. The lack of information shows how good the quadra lift suspensions are too by the way, if all fails I might just spring for the full kit but that would be over $800 Aus. hence the ask first and share as more of these jeeps come online for replacement bags etc in years following. Hope this helps.
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Re: Quadra Lift Tank Adaptor type

I would just but the full miller kit it has the regulator and valves, and unfortunately i am seeing quite a few suspension air compressors failing around the 80-100k mile mark, so you may get to use the tool eventually.
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Re: Quadra Lift Tank Adaptor type

After the price to get the kit landed in Aus, took the car to ENZED (Specialist high pressue lines people in Aust) and their advice is to scrap the proprietry money making connector and replace with known valving suitable then our nitrogen regulators can plug and play. When I get the chance will post the alternative commercial connector so others with addition equipment to refill etc can do it.
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