There are a lot of solutions; under the seat, in the under floor storage in the back, by the roll bar out back.Has anyone found a good place to count the twin ARB compressor in the Rubicon 392? Not much room under the hood!
What did you use for the extension hose and mount on the aft-side of the roll bar? Is that part of a kit? Or did you make it?The ARB twin is fan-cooled, but at the same time, the dirtier it gets the harder it sheds heat from its finned aluminum case. I opted to putting up with a little in cabin noise for the sake of keeping it in a cleaner environment. Also, it's right there next to the rest of my tire related stuff in the cargo area, while still being out of the way of other cargo.
I used the MORE compressor bracket, which was part of a compressor bundle package from Northridge 4x4. It mounts the ARB power switch right above the unit, so I didn't have to lose an aux switch.
The quick disconnect coupler, it's dust shield, and mounting bracket are ARB products. The 18" stainless Teflon line is from a different company, but I got it all from Northridge 4x4. Those lines come in many lengths and are listed by meter. I believe .5 meter is 18"?What did you use for the extension hose and mount on the aft-side of the roll bar? Is that part of a kit? Or did you make it?
Because of the 392 Exhaust System, the rear storage area wont work for mounting the dual ARB compressor, unlike most JLs.There are a lot of solutions; under the seat, in the under floor storage in the back, by the roll bar out back.
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