Onboard air.

jeeeep

Hooked
I have a Viair portable pump, felt it was too slow compared to most ARB's. Went to the CO2 tank, much faster but a PIA to get filled and now can't use it because it also needs testing. The places that would normally do the service are playing catch-up and not doing consumer fills nor testing yet.

I like the ARB mount location on the firewall, one less thing to pack in and out as well as take up valuable space.

Filling up a little slower allows me to check for damage I didn't feel or hear, as well as look around the group to see if anyone else might need help. I tend to pack more tools and shit than I'll ever use but for the OCD mind, it's better to have it and not need it.
 
The only guys they are significantly faster than ARB singles are the ones with that $120 Napa dual compressor. That thing is super fast and they are done way before me. However, it’s got to be modified to auto-shutoff, refitted with better hose and fittings, can’t be easily mounted to the rig, is super heavy, super loud, unknown reliability, etc.. at least those guys can come chat with me while I finish airing up. 😂
 

TonyT

Caught the Bug
I have a Viair portable pump, felt it was too slow compared to most ARB's. Went to the CO2 tank, much faster but a PIA to get filled and now can't use it because it also needs testing. The places that would normally do the service are playing catch-up and not doing consumer fills nor testing yet.

I like the ARB mount location on the firewall, one less thing to pack in and out as well as take up valuable space.

Filling up a little slower allows me to check for damage I didn't feel or hear, as well as look around the group to see if anyone else might need help. I tend to pack more tools and shit than I'll ever use but for the OCD mind, it's better to have it and not need it.
I have two 20# aluminum tanks purchased from my local welding supply. When empty I just swing by and swap for a full tank. I never have to worry about expiration or paying to certify.

The ARB twin under the passenger seat doubles as running the lockers and as a backup for airing up. It takes about 3.5min/tire compared to 1min/tire, but I actually use it more often than I thought I would since its always ready and I don't have to lug the tank around.
 

Director

Member
After watching Eddie's ARB install video, I decided to go that route on my 392. Ordered everything then decided I need to go back and order the heat shield. My 392 throws a ton of heat and figured I should be safer than sorry, so I'll order that up next and get the whole thing installed after my lift and tires go on next week. Thanks Eddie for that ARB install video by the way! (y) 🍺 :)
 

JeepFan

Active Member
After watching Eddie's ARB install video, I decided to go that route on my 392. Ordered everything then decided I need to go back and order the heat shield. My 392 throws a ton of heat and figured I should be safer than sorry, so I'll order that up next and get the whole thing installed after my lift and tires go on next week. Thanks Eddie for that ARB install video by the way! (y) 🍺 :)
Will that bracket work on a 392?
 
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