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  • no need for ARB compressor...

    O.K., we all know that ARB sells a compressor setup that works to power their air lockers... the thing is, you don't need it. Not only that, it's nearly useless for any other application, so you don't want it!!! Your much better off buying any other air setup and moding it to run your ARBs, whether your using the suplied solenoids or not. If you need more info for the hookup just ask...:yay:
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    yeah.. like.. an OBA setup for instance.. hell.. i've heard of jury rigging the air source to come from your spare tire to get you off the trail..

    OBA ownz you.. now if i could just put an in-cab switch for it.. all would be right with the world
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    • #3
      TO do away with teh ARB-supplied compressor for my lockers, I just tied the feeder line into my QA2 compressor I have mounted under my hood. I did have to get a bigger air manifold to make room for the extra couple of lines for both axles but it seems to work so far. If you decide to go this route, I would suggest armoring the lines under the unibody before tying them up to protect them from road debris and other things.

      Just my 2 cents for today
      88 Cherokee Chief--My FIRST one!!!

      87 Cherokee Laredo--My FAST one!!!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by CherokeeFever
        TO do away with teh ARB-supplied compressor for my lockers, I just tied the feeder line into my QA2 compressor I have mounted under my hood. I did have to get a bigger air manifold to make room for the extra couple of lines for both axles but it seems to work so far. If you decide to go this route, I would suggest armoring the lines under the unibody before tying them up to protect them from road debris and other things.

        Just my 2 cents for today
        What are your suggestions for road armor on a ARB LINE ?

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        • #5
          run it through some rubber hose.
          myJeeprocks.com

          "in the end... the rocks always win."

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          • #6
            Originally posted by jim79cj7
            What are your suggestions for road armor on a ARB LINE ?
            I just used rubber hose at least 1/8 inch larger than the OD of the ARB hardline.
            88 Cherokee Chief--My FIRST one!!!

            87 Cherokee Laredo--My FAST one!!!

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