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Since the relay for the winch died, (and since I never really needed the winch, I haven't bought a new relay), I put my ARB single in the winch spot in the front bar. Had it under the bonnet on the right side on a tray for several years prior to that. Works well in either place.
You not do any river crossings?
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The ARB compressors are waterproof, it won't hurt it at all.
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I did not know that. Every day is a school day
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I did not know that. Every day is a school day
I wouldn't want to try and operate one underwater but they can handle being submerged. Having said that, the air intake can be repositioned away from the compressor if required.
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Only thing I'd add is (as mentioned above) stay away from mounting near the battery.....batteries and heat are enemies, and compressors get very hot.
I've got one in a bag and I added an Anderson plug in the back to power it.....I have a long lead that lets me carry it where I want. Downside is I have to remember to put it in the JK, lol.
I've done the same. I had an ARB single mounted under the passenger seat and it was great until I wanted to put some air in the caravan tyres. The hose wouldn't reach and it was a case of unhitch the van and move the Jeep. When I got the new Rubi I decided to just put it in a bag and power it from the anderson plug on the rear bar, the standard ARB hose can reach all the car tyres and the caravan's from the back. Mine lives in the car all the time.
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You not do any river crossings?
Not for a long time. Haven't had the time or money to go out much, lately.

(Also why the relay has not been replaced...)
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The hose wouldn't reach and it was a case of unhitch the van and move the Jeep. When I got the new Rubi I decided to just put it in a bag and power it from the anderson plug on the rear bar, the standard ARB hose can reach all the car tyres and the caravan's from the back. Mine lives in the car all the time.
That was the reason why I ended up mounting mine in the rear with the outlet under the rear bar. I needed it to reach the camper trailer. ARB have extension hoses but they are pretty pricey for what they are.

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[QUOTE=Nanook;1628061]ARB have extension hoses but they are pretty pricey for what they are.


"Who would have thought that arb would be be pricey!!!!!!"
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CMM Mount plate under drivers seat works perfectly and keeps compressor out of the weather
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