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I'm getting ready to buy an Airdog 150 and I am thinking about where to mount it.

Does it need to be protected from water and dust?

Where did you mount yours? Please post pics if possible.

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Good pic, James.

I'm mounting mine on the inside of the frame rail on the drivers side.

When I get the money to buy one, that is...LOL
 

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yeah weather proof...ill try and post a pic. my installation got a little pricey. i have the power amp steps so they had to mount it on the bed rail and but some extra parts to make it all work...deffinately worth it!
 

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Just noticed your sig, you still running the quad fooler with the 175?
Heck no...Don't need it.

I only ran it for about 3 weeks until I got the 175 tune, then I took it off, cleaned it up, and it's sitting in it's friggin box...That was a waste of $85 (not the product, just the fact that I used it for 3 weeks, tops, and now it's back in it's box). LOL
 

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Dodgessmoke - I am interested in what you had to do to mount the Airdog. I also plan on getting the Power steps. I didn't know they interfered with each other.

Are there other locations besides the frame rails you can mount the Airdog? I am a little worried about it being too low. I do a bit of off road and wouldn't want to risk damaging it.
 

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:ditto: Yes, me too, I have the powerstep and was wondering the same thing.
 
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