Tuesday, 04 February 2020
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From: Arkansas Offroad (Sub em!)

In most of my overlanding trips, I usually air down when hitting the trail, but that usually makes airing up a little more annoying, even though I have a compressor. In this project, I wanted to give my portable air compressor a permanent home under the hood so I wouldn't have to lug it in and out of the vehicle and connect it to the battery each time. In the engine bay of my Jeep TJ, there was a perfect spot where the washer fluid reservoir used to be and I put my air compressor into its place. It's been working perfectly ever since and I highly recommend going this route if you want to save some money. Happy wheeling! - Grant

FULL PRODUCT BUILD LIST ($143.00 Total)

Master Flow Tsunami Air Compressor ($102.00) (found it for $69.99 on their site)
https://masterflowair.com/products/mf-1050
SuperFlow Equivalent - https://amzn.to/2GTOfqP

Air Hose ($14.00)
DIABLO https://www.harborfreight.com/38-in-x-25-ft-premium-rubber-air-hose-62889.html (I have this one it's meh..)
Better - Flexzilla Pro Air Hose - https://amzn.to/2SlAQNH

Coupler Connector Kit ($9.00)
High-Flow (doesn't work with the rest of our stuff we found this out at Tigerton) - https://www.harborfreight.com/high-flow-aluminum-coupler-connector-kit-4-pc-63546.html?_br_psugg_q=high+flow+coupler
Stuff that'll work with everything else - Hardware Coupler and Plug Kit (7 Piece) https://amzn.to/2GSGp0L

Female Brass Coupler ($5.00)
https://www.harborfreight.com/14-in-female-brass-universal-coupler-63549.html (included above in the amazon listing saving more money still)

Locking Tire Chuck ($4.00)
https://www.harborfreight.com/tire-chuck-with-lock-on-lever-62626.html we have this, some of you have used it at rides. It sucks majorly. Alternative - https://amzn.to/2RVOHLy Milton S-697-2 1/4" FNPT

Mixing Board ($9.00)
https://www.harborfreight.com/mixing-board-98967.html

COOL MERCH:
https://domelife.camp/


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Love the write up. How is it holding up? I'm doing this exact mod on my tj. 2 questions... where is your windshield fluid resovour? And do you think it will fit under the brake booster on driverside? There's a flat space there that seems perfect.
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