ARB Twin Air Compressor w/ M.O.R.E Bracket - Install & Review Video

  1. RogueKJ

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    Another quality video, good work. Also gave me an idea on where to run my wires next time i have a project to do lol. I ran mine up through the side cowling, sealed it up then down the door channel. Pain...in...the...ass
     
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    Instead of running wires outside on the passenger side, could they follow the same route as the ignition wire and out through the clutch hole and across the firewall to the battery? I have auto trans. They would be out of the elements all the way then.
     
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    I have seen people run that way in the forums. I have a clutch, so it was not an option for me. The MORE bracket instructions say to go the way I went, that is where I got the idea.
     
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    I'm waiting on the MORE bracket. I finished the electrical today and ran the wires the way you did. Under seat was probably the hardest part for me. Thanks alot for the video!
     
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    Glad it helped out.
     
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    Thanks for video. Only thing I will do differently is use a ...add a circuit fuse tap. Never liked how tapping a wire with that thing you used nearly cuts a wire in two.
     
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    Great video, I want to follow your process installing my ARB. I was curious what gauge the the smaller wires in the first harness are and what size of wire loom you were using so that I can get the supplies ready while waiting for my compressor. Thank you.
     
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    Thank you. The first harness is a modified ARB harness that comes with your compressor. I think the wires that they used were 18. I just added the 16 to reach the front of the jeep. Their wires I basically just cut shorter and re-wired it all up for the switch. Then I used 3/8 braid for both the switch and power harness. A bit tight for the power harness, but it did work. Good luck. Let me know if you have any other questions.
     
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