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Old 07-06-2011, 11:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking into a onboard air system but not wure what is the best set up for me or how to build it. I have my ranch truck that I would like to set to run a set of firestone helper bags set up but still be used for air tools and tires and such?

Also looking at where to purchase and pricing on such a system.

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Im looking to do a similar set up, although when I bought my truck the guy had a banks brake set up that had jammed on him one morning so he cut the air line, and left it. So to get back to the point, I have the firestone air bags, a banks brake, and a 3.5 gallon air bottle, I was thinking, if the compressor is still good, run that to the bottle (with pressure shut off switch) run a manifold off the bottle, one line with a regulator for the banks brake, one line and regulator for the bags plus level controller, then one air line for tools and tires and stuff....let me know which path you go with, be interesting to hear other opinions.....cheers
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