So I have researched the options for OBA, and it seems that the best solution is to go with the York Compressors and the accompanying hardware; however, I have not noticed any discussion of the following:
What if you took an inverter and installed a small compressor like the one available at Harbor Freight.
Ive heard good things about York on other forums. I personally run the MasterFlow air pump that connects to your battery. Used it multiple times with no issues, and its plenty fast. Even blows up my air mattress when we go camping like its nothing I would love to have OBA like that york though if I had the money. When I did my research on OBA, that was what was recommended to me.
The link mr4x4 posted is just another rebadged master flow compressor. It goes by another name too, cant remember it though. And its a little quicker than 4 mins a tire for my 31s, assuming we are talking flat.
I don't have ac in my 99 and have thought about getting a ac compressor and setting up a oba system.
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I got a York compressor at the junkyard out of a volvo. Bought the mounting bracket from Kilby interprises along with some other things.Getting the compressor from salvage can save you some $$$.$$ and I still have room for my factory a/c.