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Well I have a plan for my manifold to be on the drivers side fender. I have seen few pics but think is likely a lot more. I can't be the only one who thought of mounting it on the fender? And I want to see all different systems, mounts, materials used.

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Installed


before install.


On the installed photo the Brass T is hidden behind the plastic connected to it is the font air quick disconnect mounts on front bumper. and the line supplying my twin 2.5 gallon tanks.

I can try for a better shot tomorrow in the day light.


I bought my manifold from here. They will custom build anything. You can get a 10 port manifold and have every port a different size if you want.
http://www.pneumadyne.com/pneumatic-manifolds.html
 

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I mounted my primary manifold on an extension off of the compressor's mounting bracket. I have dual compressors so they go into the manifold which has a connection for the air gauge on the sPOD, the safety cutoff switch and then feeds out to the front and rear air tanks in the bumpers.



but I made another manifold that I mounted underneath on the driver's side frame between the front and rear doors.



 

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Installed


before install.


On the installed photo the Brass T is hidden behind the plastic connected to it is the font air quick disconnect mounts on front bumper. and the line supplying my twin 2.5 gallon tanks.

I can try for a better shot tomorrow in the day light.


I bought my manifold from here. They will custom build anything. You can get a 10 port manifold and have every port a different size if you want.
http://www.pneumadyne.com/pneumatic-manifolds.html

Everyone's is a nice setup.

I am interested in knowing how it is mounted? What supports it?
 

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What supports the air manifold? It has two screws that hold it into the plastic price right in front of the brake lines.. Sorry I don't know what it is called by it is just a flat area in the plastic..

It works well for me.

Edit: in the picture I did not have the screws in but they are about 3" long allen head.
 

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ARB has a great twin air compressor that works about as well as any york style. Mountain Off Road has a new bracket (PN ARB07) that mounts the compressor and manifold kit on top of the JK master cylinder. This cures all the the issues. You get an on-board air system, a convenient place to mount it and a simple solution to mounting the manifold.
 
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