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post #1 of 6 Old 01-11-2012, 05:45 PM Thread Starter
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On board air comp weights?

So I installed Oba today....bracket is about 5lbs and comp is about 10lbs...
Seems a bit heavy for those 2 little brake booster studs?
I have a quick air 2, what do other compressors weigh?
Arb? Viair? And whatever else you run?


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No idea what mine weighs but I've had my Vi-Air installed on the brake booster for over a year with no problems.

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No idea what mine weighs but I've had my Vi-Air installed on the brake booster for over a year with no problems.
Same here... Viair 400C installed, no issues

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not sure on weight either but I've had the ARB on mine for over a year now with no problems

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York. 3 lbs. Engine belt driven. 3/16" brackets. Not going anywhere. Run air tools. Air up a 35" from 8 PSI to 28 PSI in under 1:20. Better than any electrical compressor junk.

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The clutch on a York weighs more than 3lbs.

I was referring to the brake booster mounts and what you call electrical comp junk..
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