The 2.5 Gallon Air Tank includes: Push In fittings (male and female), Quick connect studs, 90 deg. elbows, Drain cock, Nylon hose, Pressure gauge and all necessary hardware.
I mounted it where my muffler used to be, its up high and out of the way with easy access, my muffler is now under the drivers seat and obviously an aftermarket muffler, fills my 35's from 18 psi to 38 psi no problem, its connected to a smittybilt compressor that's under my hood
The tank ships with four metric mounting bolts for use in the pre-drilled holes in the feet. All of the ports on the tank are 1/4" NPT threads. There are holes located; in the belly underneath, one in each end, one in the top offset between the handle and one end, and one offset partway below the top fitting. Included is a pressure guage with two push to connect fittings and 20' of small 4mm hose to connect it. There are four 10mm push to connect fittings and 20' of 10mm tube. Also included is a 90deg elbow M-F, pressure relieve valve, female quick connect fitting w/ 1/4" NPT female threads, a roll of teflon tape, a drain valve, and a bracket for the pressure gauge. Note that the drain valve which is meant to screw into the belly port of the tank is tall enough that it has interference with a flat surface when mounting or perhaps setting on the ground or a table. The feet of the tank are not high enough for it to have enough space, which makes reaching the drain valve potentially more tricky. There are no Tee connectors in the kit, so every port will be used if every fitting is used. The kit does come with two plugs should you choose not to use everything that is included. Overall this seems to be a great value. The cost of all these fittings and tubing when priced seperately would add up to the cost of the whole kit. The one I ordered arrived with the top handle bent due to shipping/packing issues but the damage is minor enough that I wasn't interested in a replacement.
Where is the best place to mount it? I drive an 89 Laredo
Asked by Jim from on
Hello, I would mount this in the back of the Jeep behind the rear seat. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by JordanC extension4833 from on
Will this assist in filling a 35" tire? Normally we air down when on the beach. Is there enough psi to fill up my tires? I drive a 2011 Jeep JKU, 35" tires.
Asked by Marc from Wilbraham, MA on
Hi Marc, Yes, this air tank from Smittybilt works to air up 35" tires and has a maximum of 150 psi. Thanks for the inquiry.
Answered by Jim G from Wilbraham, MA on
whats the psi rating
Asked by jimbo from magalia,ca on
Hello Jimbo, This is a 200 psi rated tank. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by JordanC extension833 from magalia,ca on
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