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    Wanting to do the same on my M1009,,, had same idea on using a belt off alt .

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    It's been working GREAT! 28 seconds to fill the tires from 15 to 35 psi. I'm still waiting on the air filter and crank case vent but for now its operational.

    I put a 12v switched fuse panel on the fender. It is fed via a relay controlled by the injection pump 12v solenoid wire. It has 10 fused connections and currently powers the 12v frame fuel pump, radio, cig lighter, compressor clutch, and ample room for future hookups. Furthermore I'm running the clutch through a dash switch.



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    OP - THANKS! This post has inspired me to do the same on my truck. I am thinking about mounting a surplus military tank where the second fuel tank would normally be on my vehicle. There is an affordable 7 gallon aluminum CARC green air tank for sale over on one of the auction sites. I will run a pressure switch to engage and disengage the clutch. I was looking at an ARB electric compressor but the York seems to be unmatched in air output.


    My only question is, which pully did you end up using on the driver side alternator?

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    I guess the OP has not been on the site for a while. I would like to thank him for inspiring me to install my system. Eventually, I will start another thread explaining my install process. I did not cut corners and my install was not cheap. As I have a side project with a friend, it will take me some time before I can give anyone attention interested in installing a similar system on their CUCV. Here is a teaser though...


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    Cool! I will post up the diagram of my bracket if I remember today. All I can tell you guys is it's been the MOST useful addition to any vehicle I've ever made. I am a groundskeeper and use it occasionally at work, offroad, when my sons mother was having tire issues, running an impact to repair a friends blown tire on the freeway, and even to blow the interior clean here and there.

    Having a source of compressed air and decent volume to back it up is something all vehicles should have. You cant compare it to a tiny electric one.

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    Nice work.

    What is the path the air hose took from the compressor into the cab and from the cab entry point to the tank?


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    The air line to tank runs through the firewall, under interior carpet to the very back of the spare tire where the tank is mounted.

    It's cool when I flip the compressor on I can hear the tank filling.

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