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Old 02-08-2012, 06:35 PM
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Only going to need air when filling tires, and I won't have a tank for now so there should be no pressure in the system to speak of. KISS for now.
Dooood! If you do not run a pressure switch you CANNOT use an air chuck that is not normally open! If you try to hold pressure in your airline you are going to get hurt! The compressor can produce over 1000PSI which is about 750psi more than the best hose you can buy can contain!
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Old 02-08-2012, 06:57 PM
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In addition to the switch, add a pressure relief valve for safety.
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Um, yes I am adding a pressure switch (did you miss post #26?) and a relief valve. Sorry I didn't understand what you were asking earlier UB in post #70. My pressure switch goes between 110 and 150 and I can get a 150 or 185 relief valve.
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Um, yes I am adding a pressure switch (did you miss post #26?) and a relief valve. Sorry I didn't understand what you were asking earlier UB in post #70. I think my pressure switch goes between 110 and 130 and I can get a 150 relief valve.
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Matt, I assume you're going to plumb the intake high enough to stay clear of the water crossings. Oil only in these units.
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Yeah, trying to figure out the best way to do that if I'm not going to pull air through the air cleaner. Need to mount the filter up on the aircleaner somehow I guess. Or on the fender.
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Yeah, trying to figure out the best way to do that if I'm not going to pull air through the air cleaner. Need to mount the filter up on the aircleaner somehow I guess. Or on the fender.
Matt, here is how mine is setup...Not sure if it will help. Of course the deepest water my 40 has seen so far is the little creek on Slaughterhouse. But the water would have to be really deep for any to get into my York. I'd be floating in my seat and bigger problems before I think the York would start ingesting water...



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Mine is similar to Jeff's setup. An important feature is to have a hose that can stand high temp coming off the compressor where there is the most heat. Nak's old setup would blow the hose off the barb fitting when it got hot. Even a really tight hose clamp wouldn't keep it in place.
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Matt, How's the OBA coming? Better wrap this project up soon. Because, once the baby arrives you will never got to work on anything fun ever again.
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