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Unread 21st November 2017, 10:09 PM
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Default Where did you put your ARB air compressor..

Hey guys, I've got a 2017 3.6 OB and have a compressor that I had on my 4 Runner. Where did you install yours? It's mighty tight in the engine bay..

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G'day & Welcome aboard mosovich!

Indeed the Subie engine bays are usually too tight for a compressor. I just use portable compressors in both my cars. Maybe you could mount it in the cargo area? What amps does it draw?
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Not sure, it's an ARB that came off my 4 Runner.. Trying to figure out now how to make it portable..
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I've seen some set ups that are bolted to the bottom of a small metal tool box.
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