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Old 02-25-2010, 05:02 PM
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Airdog 2 Install

I just bought an airdog 2 130/75 for my 6.0! When I first opened the box I was surprised by how compact the whole unit is. I started assembling it and getting it ready to mount on the truck tonight. Seems very well thought out and very well built! I will post up some pics as I go, I hope to install it tomorrow night if I have time. I will let everyone know what I think after install.
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Old 02-25-2010, 05:07 PM
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will be interested in your thoughts
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Goodluck, im going to be on my 3rd Airdog 2 pump, and sadly each time it goes down it takes 2 weeks to get a replacement......
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Goodluck, im going to be on my 3rd Airdog 2 pump, and sadly each time it goes down it takes 2 weeks to get a replacement......

Well that's really what I don't wanna here..why reliabilty issues?...I got an DOG2 in my basement ready to install this spring but if they go out left and right I can't have my truck sitting in the drive.
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So is the ad 2 just like the fass pump
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So is the ad 2 just like the fass pump
Yep, the AD2 eliminates the stocker and has a built in Regulator
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Old 02-25-2010, 07:32 PM
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Goodluck, im going to be on my 3rd Airdog 2 pump, and sadly each time it goes down it takes 2 weeks to get a replacement......
I hope I dont have any problems! What is the deal with your pumps? motors burning out? How much psi you running? I have heard a lot of good things about the AD pumps so Im kind of shocked.
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Old 02-25-2010, 07:33 PM
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no i meant everyone said the fass pumps burned up. so are the AD2 doing the same thing?????????
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Well I put in the dog today and it was a piece of cake. I mounted it right behind the transfer case. Took some time just to see where I wanted to run the lines and strap everything in nice. I also sleeved the lines in wire loom to hopefully prevent any chafing. Its a quiet pump, but really should be rubber mounted. Very happy with the way it went in and the finished product. I didnt take any pics as I went this time seeing as how the directions are so detailed, but I will take a few of the finished product when I get a chance. I dont want to say anything performance wise until I put some miles on it but the throttle response is noticeably better coming from the weak factory unit I had.
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Old 02-26-2010, 08:48 PM
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looking forward to the pics and write up, also how much $$ if you dont mind me asking
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