Juniper Overland did it for me. It’s attached under the front bumper passenger side. No switch or breaker - it draws a lot of current so they would be BIG.
I spliced the compressor pump with 2 more connectors so I can use the clamps if I need to (maybe to help air up someone else).
Love the setup so far. The instruction video leaves a little to be desired. This is what I got out of it:
Once the 10:6 pro is powered up I think I understand to set pressure using arrows then on/off once to pressure then on/off again to power up or stop pump. The display stays on when there...
I’m no expert. I have two orange hand held Ruged GMRS radios, and a hard mounted CB pushing an amazing 245 watts out of the antenna (professionally tuned)! The CB is mounted on an overhead Fabtech panel.
Those look great! I have AEV seats but if I ever build a rig from scratch that’s what I would use.
Question: how did they impact the space under the seats. At the very least l plan an a radio below the front passenger seat.
I would gladly have the pump replaced if it was available.
So here is the BIG question. If I drive my Diesel Gladiator while there is this recall and the pump fails and damages the engine who is responsible?
I recently got the AEV 370 Gladiator. I also have a German Shepard and a until a year ago a St Bernard.
I added the tall goose gear rear seat delete.
My question: how do you get the Bearnie in the back seat?
Which is why I brought it up in the first place. I have it pre-ordered for delivery in June.
Seems like a great alternative to the ARB dual compressor with an ARB pressure controller. Way way cheaper too, especially for me as I’m not too good at doing installations.