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Old 03-20-2008, 09:51 AM
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Looks AWESOME Chris. Very nice switch panel, and really cool ARB set up. Gotta love the engine driven compressor.

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Old 03-20-2008, 10:00 AM
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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.
Jim Sanville found a pulley from a Volvo with a wider groove when he upgraded my PS pump. Don't know if this would work.
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Old 03-20-2008, 10:14 AM
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Jim Sanville found a pulley from a Volvo with a wider groove when he upgraded my PS pump. Don't know if this would work.
An adjustable idler would work well on that set up to get more belt wrap and good auto electric shops can machine or even source a narrower alt pulley.
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Old 03-20-2008, 01:25 PM
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all a good shop will need to know is that it's a york style compressor, how many grooves you need and how many wires (one or two wire) from there, they should be able to show you the selection of clutches available for it. clutches are pricey though
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all a good shop will need to know is that it's a york style compressor, how many grooves you need and how many wires (one or two wire) from there, they should be able to show you the selection of clutches available for it. clutches are pricey though
Wait, you need a clutch? I must have 2 or 3 of them sitting around..


and x2 on what Dan said about cheap hose, I thought the stuff from Lowes was going to cut it but I was only able to air up once before it got too hot & expanded. In fact, a year later and I'm still in the same boat...
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Can you eleborate on the little ashtray panel?

Really cool looking.

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Old 03-20-2008, 04:42 PM
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and x2 on what Dan said about cheap hose, I thought the stuff from Lowes was going to cut it but I was only able to air up once before it got too hot & expanded. In fact, a year later and I'm still in the same boat...
measure the hose, take the ends down to e & g terminal, have them make you a good quality crimped line. interstate turbo can also build lines.
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As promised, more pics. Here's the hose I'm using, the check valve and coalescing filter, the storage tank, the rear air chuck and the front chuck.
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Oh yeah, while I was under there tonight replacing the speedo gear housing with a double seal version from Mudrak I took a picture of the cool skid plate Jim at SROR built for me.
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Old 03-21-2008, 12:16 AM
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Can you eleborate on the little ashtray panel?

Really cool looking.
Thanks Drew. It's custom. I figured I'd just flick my cigar ash over the side. Ryan cut the plate to fit. The switches light up when they are on. I'll see if I can find the receipt and let you know where he got them.

Between the compressor and the storage tank, I'm set. Ryan tested locking and un-locking the diffs 40 times with the storage tank full and the compressor never kicked in. After bleeding the tank a little with a nozzle it only took under a minute to pump the tank back up. I'm stoked.
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