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Old 03-27-2015, 01:54 PM   #1
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Mounting on board Air Compressor

Hey all, I recently purchased an Air Lift Wireless One air compressor.

I'm not sure I want to drill into the bed of my truck. I suppose I can add some silicone sealant to prevent rust, but it could get knocked off when various things are put into the truck. I don't think under the bed is the best spot for this either.

Maybe mount on the bed wall next to the back of the cab?

It has a wireless controller so I don't need to mount it in the cab, but I could put it under my seat. Maybe even under the back seat.

Where have you guys mounted these?

Any ideas?
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Old 03-27-2015, 01:58 PM   #2
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Old 03-27-2015, 02:12 PM   #3
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I mounted mine under the drivers seat on the outside on my 2000 and again on my 2005, so it has hung under the truck for 15 yrs and still works flawlessly.
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I mounted mine under the drivers seat on the outside on my 2000 and again on my 2005, so it has hung under the truck for 15 yrs and still works flawlessly.
No problems with dirt, mud, snow, ice?
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No problems with dirt, mud, snow, ice?
To be honest, haven't had to deal with snow & ice, but mud, dirt, water there have been no problems.
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I mounted mine under the drivers seat on the outside on my 2000 and again on my 2005, so it has hung under the truck for 15 yrs and still works flawlessly.
Seen this to.
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I'll look and see what's around under the seat and go from there. I hadn't thought about the engine bay either. Seems like there would be some where in the bay to place it.

How was adding it into the fuse panel?
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Seen this to.
What chu doing looking under my truk? Your ma didn't teach you better?
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What chu doing looking under my truk? Your ma didn't teach you better?
Might be ducks under there.
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Might be ducks under there.
Nah, da all be under Aquaman's trailer. I see'd 'em myself, 2 times.
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