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Old September 18th, 2007, 10:17 AM   #28
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I'm running the Sanden from my XJ for onboard air. I cut a hole through the firewall into my glove box for the intake and ran a soft line from the compressor along the drivers side of the uni-frame (with the brake lines) to the 5lb tank in the rear of the jeep. Put a switch on the dash that engages the clutch and rely on the popit valve on the tank to relieve pressure (doesn't usually blow). Builds about 100-120lbs of pressure in about 2 minutes at 800-1000 rpm (idle). For oil I just squirt in a bit of air compressor/air tool oil every now and then into the intake line. Been running it like that for about 8 months and it hasn't burned up yet.

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