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


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CMM Mount plate under drivers seat works perfectly and keeps compressor out of the weather
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This was my original plan, but because I have the wiring for heated seats under there I am going to mount it in the back.
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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.

I may copy this one! Just wondering how did you run the air hose to the rear bar? Did you use the draining hole? Thanks
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I may copy this one! Just wondering how did you run the air hose to the rear bar? Did you use the draining hole? Thanks
Inside the cabin, there is a rubber grommet next to the rear of the roll bar. This gives you internal access to the void behind the tail light in the rear quarter panel (It's the same on both left and right sides of the vehicle).

At the bottom of this void is a plastic cover that leads directly behind the rear bar. Very simple and no cutting needed.
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So I have finally put the compressor in, after much deliberation with my installer we went in a different direction and installed the twin compressor in the rear cargo compartment area, and ran the air hose to above the subwoofer.



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I'm interested to know how the rear cargo setup goes with the heat and if there is a noticeable noise reduction in the cab. i'm about to install air lockers in my jk at the moment and was looking at the under seat mount originally.
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