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Old September 18th, 2007, 10:02 AM   #29
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Waayyyyyy too overcomplicated, in my opinion. Just get an electric compressor designed for air suspension, found here. http://suicidedoors.com/AirManagement.php
My personal favorite is the Viair 480, for air suspension. It fills a larger tank faster, and is capable of 200 PSI. (not that anyone needs that much pressure for wheeling, unless you want to reseat a tire FAST, and possibly injure someone.)
And if you're the mischievous type, it would be fun to hook it up to a pneumatic tater cannon. :tonka:
You can get a compressor, 5 gallon tank, and all the fittings there for around $250 shipped, and there's no fabrication required. Just wire it up, plumb it, and you have onboard air that will work regardless of your engine's ability to run. (although the electric compressors use a fair amount of power, you may consider a second backup battery if you're wheeling alone)

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