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Old 03-20-2008, 01:12 AM
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Here are some pics of my OBA setup. I'll take a few more tomorrow.
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Old 03-20-2008, 01:26 AM
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Man, that's so clean. Cool switch panel on the dash!
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So what's the belt problem?

That looks great but the unlabeled switches would drive me nuts.
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Thanks. Ryan Hartman (Dave's son) did the work. He used to work at High Country 4x4.

The belt is narrower than stock. It's only running the alternator and the compressor Not sure if there is a wider pulley for the York.
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Nice clean install but way less than ideal belt contact on the compressor! Rule of thumb is you want at the absolute minimum 1/3 of the pulley to be in contact with the belt!
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Nice clean install but way less than ideal belt contact on the compressor! Rule of thumb is you want at the absolute minimum 1/3 of the pulley to be in contact with the belt!
It's Mudrak's bracket. Not mine. I'm probably more worried I'm driving the alternator OK. That's why I was wondering if there is a wider groove pulley for the York.
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That looks great but the unlabeled switches would drive me nuts.
Green is for Aux lights, Red is the compressor, the first Blue is front, second is rear locker. I may see if I can find some letters I can stick on there.
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What kind of air hose are you running beneath that loom?
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Looks good Chris. I had issues with low quality air hose kept getting hot and rupturing near the connection to the compressor. Not saying you used cheap air hose just pointing out what I discovered on my install
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I'll take a picture of the hose later.
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