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I am trying to figure out what the relay is in the legend air suspension kit. I have done air ride on cars and trucks just trying to figure out what kind of relay it is because 50 dollars seems a little high when I have a few sitting around the garage. If any one knows what kind of relays they are and can let me know. It would be much appreciated.


These are the ones I have sitting around.
 

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i don't know about the air ride system your talking about , but the relay in the picture ain't nothing special. i got half a dozen of them in my toolbox now. prolly pick one up from napa for 10 bucks.
 

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ya I have them sitting around for air ride in vehicles. Buts I didn't know if they would work for the legend air compressor or if they would be to much amps.
 

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as long as the relay is rated for more amps than you need it will work fine.
 

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ok thanks for the info and with that being said dose any one know the amps of the legend air ride relay
 

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I know that the relay for the Arnott's is the same type as is used for the ignition... It's just an electrical switch that completes the circuit, doesn't take anything special, certainly not $50 special :)... I got a drawer full of them bought at the local auto store for $5 a piece...
 

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ok thanks for the info and with that being said dose any one know the amps of the legend air ride relay
Most Ive seen have the amperage stamped on top of the relay, like it is on the one in the pic.
 

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the 30 amp relays i worked with , you could wire it to be 2 -15 amp relays in one relay. it was for heavy spot lites on towing and recovery equipment.
 

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I forget the name,but that relay is used everywhere on automobiles.The most common is 30a.The 40a won't fit because the blades are larger.
Stop in the local U-Pullit and get a handful or 2.
 
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