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Old 04-28-2010, 11:51 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Im just going to get the 150. It is preset at 30 psi already for the CR. Is the installer error from dropping the tank and the tank flexxing? I'm going to pull the bed if thats the case.
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I think people drop the tank and set it on the ground. Well when you set it on the ground the bottom flexes up some so when they measure, cut, and install it's at the bottom. Then they install the tank back and the bottom drops back down and the straw comes away from the bottom of the tank.
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Im just going to get the 150. It is preset at 30 psi already for the CR. Is the installer error from dropping the tank and the tank flexxing? I'm going to pull the bed if thats the case.
it is preset at 20 psi. you can buy an aftermarket spring for 10$ that will give you 40psi. I have this and it makes a big difference.
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I love my airdog 2 i think it is almost the easiest thing i have installed yet.....and it is very quiet
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I have the airdog 165 as well and I vary rarely even hear the sound only on occasion on startup
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is the airdog 150 quieter than this setup?

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not sure but I know that the AD2 165 is
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hi im new to the after market diesel seen but for some reason i love the feeling of having so much power at your grasp lol. but what is the benefit of the airdog 2 i see it in ads all over the place?
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no 1/4 tank issues, adjustable fuel pressure, runs quieter, easier install
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i went ahead and got the 150 with a draw straw..the one i got comes set a 30psi for CR...i talked to richard at glacier diesel and he doesnt recomend the airdog2 b/c customers are complaining about them and the 150 will support my power goal easily
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i went ahead and got the 150 with a draw straw..the one i got comes set a 30psi for CR...i talked to richard at glacier diesel and he doesnt recomend the airdog2 b/c customers are complaining about them and the 150 will support my power goal easily
What were the complaints? We don't sell or use anything other than the AD II 165.
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he said they weren't keeping up or something like that. I can call and ask him again for exact details. I think the constant pressure will be fine for me. I'm not going crazy with my truck like some of you guys.
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