Quick Answers: It varies based on your trailer and the amount of weight you are hauling.
Shocker Air Receiver Hitch: Add air pressure until the bump cushion is compressed 1/8″. If you add weight to trailer, you will need to add air.
Shocker Gooseneck Air Hitch: See below.
Shocker Air Trailer Tongue Mount: Add air pressure until the bump cushion is compressed 1/8″. If you add weight to trailer, you will need to add air.
How much air pressure do I need for my Shocker Gooseneck Air Hitch?
Answer: If you have a light horse trailer it might be as low as 15 lbs of air pressure. If you’re hauling a gooseneck trailer with a skid steer, you might be around 20 lbs of air pressure. If you’re an industrial hauler with 25,000 lbs you may be 25-35 lbs of pressure. Play with the air a little, it will tell you what it likes.
How much air do I need for my Shocker Trailer Tongue Air Hitch?
Answer: Add enough air so it lightly compresses the top bushing bump stop to where it is compress about 1/8″