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Old 01-25-2012, 11:52 PM   #1
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WTB: On board Air system/compressor

Decided, fug it, going for an OBA system to nearly complete my build. I want to be able to drop my pressures without the worry of having a hour or two wait to fill them up (so I never do).

I'd personally like a VIAIR 10007.

http://www.viaircorp.com/OffRoad/10007.html

I'm looking for something constant duty for other uses etc should I go that way as well. The VIAIR would really be perfect.

Anyone got one they decided they don't want, or sold their truck and have, etc etc?

Not interested in MV50 or the small ARB compressor. The ARB constant duty is nice, but huge and expensive, and MV is slower, not constant duty, and I'm looking for a bit higher quality.

I found the 10007 semi-locally for $440 ish new, so hoping to find a deal here.

I might be asking a bit much but you will never know if you don't ask.

Thanks TW!
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7 minute fill rate from 0-30psi for a 35" tire? Seems slow. My tsunami one does my 33's from 10-40psi in about 3-4 minutes or something like that. Plus, if you can run one like mine continuously(minus shutting off to switch tires) why would you want to spend all that extra money? Just curious.
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Old 01-26-2012, 07:24 AM   #3
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Yeah its not a super fast compressor just a very tough one. And once the tank is in there it helps a lot as the tank can basically do a couple tires on its own. So in reality it fills a lot faster than that once installed.

Due to being constant duty you can also run air tools etc.
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Go CO2 or N2. Much cheaper and faster fill times. Easier to mount also.
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Old 01-26-2012, 08:06 AM   #5
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Ya not really practical for running air tools etc. Plus sure would suck to run out at the wrong time!
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Old 01-26-2012, 09:52 AM   #6
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Why not make an engine driven out of a York ac compressor? Way cheaper. You will need to make a bracket to mount it on the engine but there is no comparison to an electric comp. it will fill a 5 gal tank to 200 psi in less than a minute
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I don't really feel like modding it and it would be nice to have it avail even if engine not running.

Hence running the air tools to fix it
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Dual MV-50's with a 5 gallon tank. Everything including pressure switch, compressors, tank, and plumbing for under $200. I will challenge and spank any Viair Setup, garunteed.


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dude that things mint.. mine is for air horns and to plug a tire and fill in emergency.
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dude that things mint.. mine is for air horns and to plug a tire and fill in emergency.
Mines got a regulated manifold which the lockers run off, and a non-regulated side which sits at 120 psi for whatever I feel like I need it for

Takes exactly 2 minutes to refill the system from 100 (on) to 120 (off).
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Nice. SO anyone have these fancy pants systems for sale or what!?
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Nice. SO anyone have these fancy pants systems for sale or what!?
Here you go, this is my setup! Cost me a whole $50 at Home Depot, I then upgraded the hose to a 25 ft $5.99 Harbor Frieght Special.

But seriously, I have been wanting an onboard air setup and also have the MV-50 but trying to source all of the small parts....like a 2.5 gallon tank and all the switches and gauges and stuff started to get expensive. I walked into Home Depot last week and found this on sale from $79 to $49 and it comes with a ton of accessories like the air gauge you see in the pic. My plan was to take it apart and use the tank and all the pieces and maybe even the air compressor but I have a outlet on my truck and it fits perfectly in my Rubbermaid/Tool box.

Total Cost - $60
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I might order a tank and 2 smaller compressors and build OBA at local air shop. Bit more redundant, faster, and same/cheaper than OBA in the kit..

http://www.central4wd.com/inventoryd...;folder|110303
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Well just pulled the trigger on two of those. Now to find a place to put them!
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Back to the York. If you didnt want to have it engine driven you could always go to the parts store and buy one of those cheap hundred dollar winches and take it all apart an use the motor to attach to the York to drive it. Then u have a 12 volt York. And it will probably out do any 12v comp on the market. Just saying for anyone else that may be interested
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Ya just heard back, all compressors on back order. Doh!
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I found the 10007 semi-locally for $440 ish new, so hoping to find a deal here.

You can find the Viair 10007 alot cheaper then that. I found it for $360 but I dont know about shipping to Canada.

http://www.4wheelparts.com/Towing/Co..._pn=V%2fA10007

See price in cart.
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Ya my only problem is I'm moving 14 hours north in a couple weeks and I'd have liked to get the stuff before that and get it installed, but not a bit deal. I'm going to just wait until I get there and get settled in then order it.

Good price though and they ship to Canada for free it seems.
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