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I routed mine into the engine bay. Thought about the bed too, but I always have gear of some sort in there and those intakes are plastic.





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any suggestion on where to mount the intake for the compressors. I’m thinking the bed.
I was going to mount mine in the gas tank door. Maximus-3 also makes a mount that bolts to the firewall under the hood if you are interested in running the air intake hose that far.
 
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I was going to mount mine in the gas tank door. Maximus-3 also makes a mount that bolts to the firewall under the hood if you are interested in running the air intake hose that far.

Was looking on their site and couldn't find it. But I'm not sure I want to run them that far.
 

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I ran my air intakes up into the cab and they mounted perfectly behind the rear drivers side seat.
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Where did you enter the cab?
In the floorboard right by the door is a plastic plug covered by what looks like a piece of dynomat. I removed the synod at patch and drilled through the plug. I then used two 90° push to connect fittings to keep the air lines tight to the floor.
 

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Compressed air is a beautiful thing to have on your Jeep truck. We are pleased to introduce the Maximus-3 JT Air System.

This system features the Maximus-3 Air Cradle which mounts and protects a pair of VIAIR Compressors plus a 2-gallon Air Tank. Cleverly located underneath your Gladiator, which saves space in the cab and bed. Designed with strategic ribs to dissipate heat and holes for easy bolt-on installation.

Great for all your mobile air needs.
· Inflate Tires in a jiffy
· Activate Air Lockers
· Run Air Tools
· Air Horns – BWAAAA!
· Pump up your favorite inflatable toys
· Spray-off dirt & dust from your cab.
· And much more

We are proud of our new Maximus-3 JT Air System - it will be available soon.

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Is this released yet?
 

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does this fit on the diesel? I'm planning on purchasing one in the next couple months and putting together my list of mods/accessories.
 

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So now that a few of us have finished installing their OBA systems, how do they look? More importantly though, how are you connecting to them?
I see a lot of systems using PTC (push to connect) fittings in place of quick connects which is definitely a cheaper way to connect air lines but the hose will eventually need to be trimmed from getting chewed up by the teeth inside the fitting if it's removed after every use. Not a very reliable design IMO...
 

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