It's still sitting in the garage. I've got side tracked raising my Grandson which we adopted last year. I still have the truck and he has been eyeing it up. Looks like I better get started on it cause he wants to drive it when he goes to high school.Doing good man! How the hell you been? You ever get that 6 link on?
Thats awesome you adopted him. Me and my son are doing awesome! Looking at getting a nbs 2wd ex cab soon! WootIt's still sitting in the garage. I've got side tracked raising my Grandson which we adopted last year. I still have the truck and he has been eyeing it up. Looks like I better get started on it cause he wants to drive it when he goes to high school.
How's the family?
Is this something you make and sell or just made to work for yours? I bought a bracket from the jeepspeedshop and it doesn't even bolt up. It was welded wrong. The guy asked me what engine I had, like that really made a difference.Here is my set up somethinh i desing works really good....
Pics? And you definitely have to make the pulley I've tried getting one and you can't order them anymore.I have one for sale come off of a 5.3L vortec with brackets and everything needed accept the pulley that goes on the alternator. you have to make one or but one cheap part
This may have been answered but where can I find the unloader and pressure switch that you are running?this is a true statement. my old 1-ton with a 454BB, i had a york 209, then a york 210 on it. well I could hear the belt "chirp" I could hear the compressor kick on by engine rpm, the comp sound, the chirp. Well ryans truck with the unloader. MAN she sounds smooth. You can hear the clutch engage and then you can hear the engine RPM drop a little once the compressor builds up pressure and starts working. NOT instantly working hard off the bat like normal. The line pressure to the comp. head is empty. so when it turned on it goes from 0psi to lets say 145psi in the line first. then overcomes the checkvalve and starts to fill the tanks up. it makes a WORLD of difference! :read: Honestly me and ryan where talking about it and from here on out I think we will use a unloader on EVERY comp we put on anything. electric or EDC. hell all shop compressors have it that I know of. without it when the comp turns on INSTANTLY it has to overcome that 150 psi.. this way it gives it a second to build up pressure (even if it IS just in that few feet of line) But that starting with no pressure on the head HELPS so much. :shake: