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Old 06-06-2011, 07:34 AM
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On board air mounting plate for a York compressor?

Ive been researching the possibility of on board belt driven air using the York compressor. Has anyone created a mount that will work with the 7.3 powerstroke? Has anyone fabbed one up in the past that may consider making another?
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Ive been researching the possibility of on board belt driven air using the York compressor. Has anyone created a mount that will work with the 7.3 powerstroke? Has anyone fabbed one up in the past that may consider making another?


Not a York, but a Sanden. Extreme Outback has already fabbed up a kit.

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Not a York, but a Sanden. Extreme Outback has already fabbed up a kit.

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WAY expensive! I'll buy a gas powered version and tack weld it onto my roof for that cost =)
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$799 for the bracket and hardware. Compressor is $415.

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Bolt-on aire Mounting Bracket
$799.95
As seen in the April 2007 issue of "DIESEL POWER" Magazine on page 30!

Mounting kits to fit the Cummins, Duramax and Power Stroke, V-8 & V-10 gas motors. Mounting kit includes all cast aluminum brackets, mounting plates, idlers, bushings, serpentine belt, nuts, bolts and washers. This is not just a "bracket" and your on your own type kit. This is a very comprehensive mounting system that makes the install look like OEM. The mounting kit may seem pricey, but find a fabricator and figure about 12 -15 hours of his time not including parts and you'll see what a bargin it really is.

Please call to discuss your particular install application!

As seen in the April 2007 issue of "FOUR WHEELER" Magazine on page 29!

Mounting kit price does not include ExtremeFlow compressor.


ExtremeFlow Belt Drive Compressor SERPENTINE BELT
$414.95
This compressor puts out a whopping 8 CFM at 100psi. Capable of 200psi, the unit has a greasable zerk fitting for lubrication and uses high temperature synthetic grease. ExtremeFlow compressors will fill tires, run air tools and can be used whenever large volume of air is needed. Each unit is manufactured with the highest quality components for the ultimate in performance. The compact size makes for easy installation. Dimensions are 5.5" in diameter, 8.5" long with eight mounting ears. This is the ultimate compressor for speed, volume and performance.
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My york is coupled to a winch motor to spin the pump. The winch motor is of course powered by 12v power. There is a guy that makes the couplers and sells the winch and york with it also if you need all of it. Works pretty good. I hit 110 psi in on a 6gal tank in about 50sec. Plus it was way easier then finding room and the right size belt and...yada yada yada for a belt drive system
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