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Old 12-09-2013, 02:15 PM
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for -AN hose you can order ends and make up the hoses yourself. There are TONS of options

http://www.summitracing.com/search/p...ose%20fittings

here is one that goes directly from -6 AN to 3/8 pipe. seems handy..

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-240115/overview/


The check valve can be right next to the compressor if it is one designed for high heat like the viair one that is linked above.

I can help you build the -AN hoses if you want.. it is easy but there are a few tricks. All you need are a few crescent wrenches, but having a vise to hold the hose end of the fitting can be helpful.

The nice thing about the AN hoses are you can build them at home.

I have mine set at 100PSI if I remember correctly.. I wouldn't worry about runnng a higher pressure but I think the Yorks don't work well over 150psi. 120 would work fine.

My system pumps up from zero to 100 psi in less than a minute at idle? I think I have about 2 gallons of capacity? maybe? It's fast. in between tires it almost gets back up to full pressure before I start filling the next tire.
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