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Michal installed an air compressor

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El Solis

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Michal installed an air compressor huh? Which one did he go with and where did he find space??


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He's using the same Viair dual setup I have, but he's mounting it in the rear cargo compartment along side his drawer system.  Him and Pedram were working on it today


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I am prepping for the trips this summer. I will take some pics later today but as always Pedram did an amazing job!!!! I realized that I need the onboard air for the road shower as the CO2 cartridges that I was thinking of using were useless.... (Too much pressure and was going through them like they were potato chips...)


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Ah got it. I did like your system Don. For now I'll just have to mooch off of you guys while I have the LR4 as I don't have a compressor for it. Mine is hard wired to the CT. At some point tho I'll be adding one. I had s lead on an Extremeaire (not the magnum) with a bunch of bits for $100 but was beat out by a few minutes. I installed an Anderson connector in the rear cargo of the LR4 for connecting my solar panel but it could double as the connection for a compressor in a box deal.

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Chris, you're welcome to use mine on the trip... Same one I had on wrl recon this winter...

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I suppose a couple of us who have gone to on-board systems might have some portable systems we could lend out....


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Naw it will take up valuable margarita and Mai tai space. I'll just mooch
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My new set-up: AT Overland Equipment drawer system (it also includes two passenger side boxes to make a fully flatbed)
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And this is the new onboard air:
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Pedram did it again (with me holding the tools...) :)


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Nice setup. Are the AT drawers bolted to the floor, or do the just sit on top?


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Just sitting on the top but they are not moving as the top of the drawers keeps them in their place


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I thought I saw some L brackets holding them down when I was there the other day?


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I thought I saw some L brackets holding them down when I was there the other day?

Oh gosh... Just looked again and of course there are L brackets screwed to the floor. Completely forgot about them :)


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Lol.... I'm just reading this? My bad. Yup it's been a while. Michal really put me to work on this truck. Everything works pretty good from what I remember. The compressors are bolted to the floor and vibrate a little. Mainly because they have rubber isolators. It was a tight fit between the cargo box and side of the interior panels. It's all plumed in nice and neat and tied into the Traxide dual battery system I installed as well. So now the road shower from empty to full has constant pressure at all times. Flip the power switch on the rear deck and your good to go.




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