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I think we need to start a sticky. On york EDC setups. Pics of them install pics. Plumbing diagrams. Were to get the compressor. What are some part numbers for parts ( pressure switch, head adaptors, etc...)
Heres a cut away which shows why these suckers are such a good choice. They have there own crank for oil supply. They do consume oil but not to bad after they have been broken in (if new) If you get a junkyard special then no worries. But on mine as long as you keep it oiled it runs smooth. I have seen were there has been little or no maintenance. The compressor will seize up. Because of the oil that is left is getting burnt causing abnormal wear.

Service manual, very nice! Has all the demissions how much oil they take. Bolt hole locations an measurements.
http://www.ccicompressor.com/docs/tccisrvice.pdf

PARTS!!!
http://www.nextag.com/amazon_it--2700000/air-compressor-pressure-switch/seller-html?nxtg=173570a1c052c-CBD365C6EF07E9D1
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/items/2DC09
http://www.kilbyenterprises.com/compressors.htm
http://kilbyenterprises.com/pulleys.htm
http://www.gravity-werx.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWCATS&Category=98
http://store.gaugemagazine.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=2054
http://www.waylayedinc.com/
http://www.triadtechnologies.com/sitemap/parkerlink.asp
Oil mod - waste of time! Doesnt let the head get any oil.

Crank case vent- On the compressor, you take out one of the plugs and put a filter on it. It also doubles as a oil fill too. (post picture when I get to it)
I don't have picture of mine. But guy on FSC (KruzenLow) I thinks thats his username, has a really nice bracket and setup.
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I will post more stuff an edit more of this as I can get time. But feel free to add to it. But heres what the guts look like.
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Heres a crude diagram of the plumbing an electrical, the black Dots are connections or Tee's You can put the pressure switch were ever, but I would say after the water trap. I forgot about doin that when I drew it.
Diagram courtesy of KreepyOne
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heres a list of vechiles
(sorry) couldn't get the HTML coding to work right, so just made them .png :think:
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update!!!
Ordered an idler puley from them for my EDC bracket, ships in a Napa box with a Napa part number . you go to Napa and it's half as much. Markup to make a profit is one thing, but raping the customer is another thing.

So if anyone needs a new idler pulley for an EDC its Napa Part Number 38006 ... this might be common knowledge to some, but I did searches on the internet and here and found nothing!
 

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how does it regulate pressure? the same as the electrical pumps with an external pressure switch? does it have an electrical wiring to turn a switch on or off?
 

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how does it regulate pressure? the same as the electrical pumps with an external pressure switch? does it have an electrical wiring to turn a switch on or off?
Lol yeah, thats what I still gotta do draw up. its pretty much the same thing But EDC's need a pressure switch with an unloader. I will try to make a diagram. To show plumbing and wiring.
 

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Heres were I use to have preasure switch and and water trap. I now have it on my frame rail. So i can reach threw my gas door to drain the trap. But you can see how I have the lines ran. The big FAT! line is coming of the compressor and 3/8s line on the back side goes to the tank. In between the T and the water trap you can see the Check valves its really small, all you can see is the HEX part.
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How do you check the oil with the filter? Do you just guess and overfill it? Is it possible to have too much oil in the compressor?

And good idea on this thread!
 

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How do you check the oil with the filter? Do you just guess and overfill it? Is it possible to have too much oil in the compressor?

And good idea on this thread!
On my truck, the filter is just pushed on I just pull it off and fill it up. But for checking the level you can buy a dip stick or make your own. I will have to find the picture how to make one. But Generally 8-12 ounces of 30w non-detergent motor oil. DO NOT use synthetics the detergents make it bubble. But I just eye ball the level the of the oil. I just look to see if the oil is up to the bottom of the fill hole. But i think you look at the service manual it tells you how to make on lol. (posted at the top)
http://www.ccicompressor.com/docs/CCIsrvice.pdf

But eventually Im gonna get another compressor and drill an tap the crank case and put a clear tube between the holes. That would makes it a whole lot easier to check the level.

Edit: Heres a pic I finally found my cank case picture.
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i just bought a dipstick from airlift.

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and here is a pic of the nice oil that comes out of your water trap.
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And my vent filter.
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Nice pics of your vent and york 209. I can't figure out :think: why Airlift doesnt sell the york 210 with the kits. I mean the manufacture calls the 210 heavy duty. And the 209 is called the slim line.
 

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Leader hose are something you can go all out an get a stainless steel one. They can take high heat and look nice. But if your on a budget like I just had the local napa crimp me up a line with the O ring style fitting and with a 3/8 then on the other end. The line they used was A/C like which is good too 500 psi and 300 degrees. Which if you keep on eye on the oil level you won't have to worry about high heat.
Here is my leader hose using the original factory fittings
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Heres something you never see until its on. someone needs to post pictures of their york mounts and the plans if they possible could so people could make these instead of everything being one off.
 

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Well I've got the dipstick that came with the kit, but I was just wondering if you had to disassemble the vent tube every time you want to oil it. Thanks man.
 

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I use the dip stick also but it came with my kit. How much of a pain in the ass is it to remove the filter everytime you guys want to check the oil.

Edit: beat me to it^^
 
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