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Was wondering if any one had done a york A/C compressor mod for onboard air and how its setup?
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I haven't, but check out this sweet setup:

http://www.extremeoutback.com/index....30.2988&pid=34
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Probably a bit more money, but a lot simpler:

http://www.oasisoffroad.com/

The Warn Powerplant winch/compressor looks to have pretty good flow too.

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Probably a bit more money, but a lot simpler:

http://www.oasisoffroad.com/

The Warn Powerplant winch/compressor looks to have pretty good flow too.
that mounts where the stock A/C unit is and the A/C is still functional?
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Probably a bit more money, but a lot simpler:

http://www.oasisoffroad.com/

The Warn Powerplant winch/compressor looks to have pretty good flow too.
I went wheeling with Mayhem. He's got the whole oasis setup, pretty sweet. The compressors mounted in the bed with two air tanks and metal lines to front and back of the truck. Filled the tires in the same time as a small home compressor would.
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No - it's electric, you can mount it anywhere.

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I went wheeling with Mayhem. He's got the whole oasis setup, pretty sweet. The compressors mounted in the bed with two air tanks and metal lines to front and back of the truck. Filled the tires in the same time as a small home compressor would.
Actually it will fill in the same amout of time as co2... I freaking love it... I got mine used for about 400$. Dunno if I could put out a k for a new one...

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