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Down to the freakin wire for moab!
Truck is almost done.
Gman built me a kick a$$ storage box, being a mechanic I had to have a cool toolbox so I added a tray with Kaizen foam and burned the essential tools into it with room to spare.
25 pound lift struts to assist lifting the tray, the yellow mats (8 total) are absorbent mats for fluid spills and cleanup.
Got the 250 psi viair tank hooked up to the york, 80on/120off with a 140 pop off valve.
Got the york 210 looked up and plumbed. With time running out for moab, getting it wired to the dash is not a priority so the red alligator clips are just going to run the compressor clutch for now. I dont plan on keeping the tank full while wheeling so it is good enough for now.
Thus setup will fill a 35x12.50 tire from 0-30 in 2.5 min at idle. It will do 8+cfm off idle (with a working speed of 6k rpm)
Got the compressor for the Yukon zip locker (off brand pump) wired up, just need to mount the switch on the console.