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Old 07-15-2014, 04:16 PM
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Got any pics of that? I get the brackets for the tank, but he's mounted that compressor right on the side of the frame.
Will try to get you a pic of the compressor I did later tonight. All I did was sandwich the frame with two pieces of steel and two bolts and nuts. No problems since.
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the kits i have seen have two brackets that are on either side of the frame and have bolts holding them together on the top and bottom of the frame.
Here is how I did it on my '13 with the same Viair kit as on my 6.4L.



Hope this helps as another way of doing it.
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Just a follow up, I finished my install over the weekend. I forgot to snap a pic of the compressor, but I used the same hanger concept. I just mounted it on the bottom rail so it sits right side up.




(don't worry, I swapped that safety release for the draincock on top that you can't see :P. This was a mid-install pic)


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I'm getting ready to install my onboard air and want to thank everyone for some great ideas, think I'll be using a little from each to get mine done.

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Where did you get this switch panel?
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