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Old 05-12-2010, 06:05 PM   #1
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compressor mounting

I've just received an onboard air compressor that comes with a 2.5 gallon reservoir bottle. What is typically recommended to mount the bottle? In my '97 2.5l Wrangler, the mounting options seem limited, (at first look). It even appears that maybe the best method might be to switch to an electric fan setup, and use the space gained for the bottle mounting, but I wasn't really looking to make a career of this installation... Any ideas?

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Old 05-13-2010, 03:05 PM   #2
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can't really help ya in this department, but I will be watching this thread cause I will be in the process of mounting my two ARB compressors for my new lockers soon. However you might want to use the search function, might find something useful. BTW welcome to the forum, a lot of good info on here...

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Thanks for the welcome and the tip. I've never been in a forum before, although that probably shows, huh? Thanks, again.
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