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Shock Air leak on my '99 Motor trike conversion.

I have checked all my air lines that are accessible. I'm assuming that the leak is beneath the rear of the trike. Question is how do you get to these fittings to check to see if the leak is there. I bought my trike used a year ago and have to pump up the shocks each time I ride. Also if any one has a copy of the installation manual I would like to get a copy and would be happy to pay for one, I've contacted the company and dealers without any replies. I have no idea what is under the trunks and fenders.

Any help at all will be appreciated. seabat

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Looks like they use airbags instead of airshocks.

http://www.motortrike.com/trikeGraph...ve-irs-big.jpg


Didi you see this owners manual?
http://www.motortrike.com/docs/ADVEN...%20REV%20D.pdf
It's not great, and mixes the 1500 and 1800 but better than nothing.
Can you get to any of it with the seat removed?
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Looking at the picture I can see what is under there but with the seat removed I can not see any of it
Thanks for the picture, it's the first time I've got an idea of what is there
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