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03-25-2012 01:46 AM
Vin The drip valve for condensation goes on the bottom. the other fitting go where they fit best. I put the intake hose on top because it is closest to the compressor. If it were closer to the side, I would have put it on the side.
03-24-2012 11:57 PM
catalinafairview
OBA tank hook up and all fittings

Hello all,
I recently hooked my ARB compressor in my 2012. I purchased a 1 gal viar tank and I want to know what the best have done to hook up tanks. The tank has 4 npt input/outputs. One is on the top, one on bottom, and one on each side of the tank. What goes where. I believe there needs to be a condensation valve on the bottom one, correct? Does the air input from the compressor go to the top?What do I need to hook it up? Are you running hoses? I plan on placing the tank near the e-brake bracket that was removed for my lift (above and in front of the rear axle) I know I need to make sure there is clearance. I would like to place a quick disconnect in the front and the rear.
Sorry so many questions and plan on more
Thank you

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