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Old 07-06-2014, 02:39 PM
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I need pics of an install with factory AC left in place, as far as LCAM not logging in.... I am sure somebody else has done this as well
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i use Viair 480 compressors.
they supply 1.75 CFM single at 200 psi.
i have dual compressors in my 02 with 9 gallons of air capacity.
i can run an 1/2 impact gun to remove and reinstall all 4 8 lug wheels without having to wait for air recovery.
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i use Viair 480 compressors.
they supply 1.75 CFM single at 200 psi.
i have dual compressors in my 02 with 9 gallons of air capacity.
i can run an 1/2 impact gun to remove and reinstall all 4 8 lug wheels without having to wait for air recovery.
I take it from the pics. those Vital Airs are electric? I've been waiting to do this on my 68 C20, I got everything form the junkyard for a SBC from a aftermarket A/C including a idler. Good to know about the t444e's. I know with the York they still allow some oil to circulate supposedly even with the mod. from what I've heard. I guess that could be your inline oiler for your air tools. What I thought about was getting a compressor head from a antique home garage air compressor and mounting that up. Some of the old Riverside/Montgomery Ward ones are small single cylinders. There was one craigslist awhile back. The deals always seem to show up when I'm out of work!
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yes, viair is a 12 volt compressor made specifically for on board air setups.
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