Air Compressors

  1. BrandRezake

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    Greetings!

    One of my favorite mods on my JK was my ARB compressor that was mounted under the hood. It was one of the most useful modifications I had aside from a lift.

    Point being, has anyone considered mounting locations for Compressors? The JL engine bay is pretty tight, so I assume the JT isn't any better.

    Let's get the conversation started!
     
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    There's a member on the JLF that fabbed a mount in the engine bay. Not sure if he still sells em?? kansascoast is his user name.
     
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    @ralphjjr - You ask all the questions I want to ask LOL :clap: Good stuff man... I too am interested in the dual air compressors but that install from JK innovative products is a pretty legit clean solution... https://www.innovativejkproducts.com/jt-gladiator/
     
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    A lot of guys who have pick up trucks that want to hard wire them either mount them in the bed if they have a cap or mount it high above the rails under the bed between the inner and outer skins.
    Personally, I prefer to carry a portable compressor so that I can share it if needed.
     
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    I have a small one from Audew - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P2XDN7D/ref=dp_cerb_2, it does the job for my car and my gf's car but I am not sure if it is rated for 4x4 :)... the big tires etc... even though it says it is... But, I still am going to get that product from Innovative JK products...
     
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    I bought this one a couple of years ago and it has held up very well.
    I’m running 35” E rated tires on my truck camper (80 psi in back) and it has done the trick.

    The only thing I did to improve it was to replace the wire from the alligator clips with a heavier gauge one that is longer to make it easier to reach all my tires on my crew cab long bed truck (21’ long).

    https://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200672535_200672535

    I bought it on sale for about $75.
     
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