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Thread: WRITE-UP : WAYALIFE ACM - Jeep JL Wrangler Under the Hood ARB Air Compressor Mount

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    That looks great!


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    That's very cool!!
    Nice job!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
    Nice job developing the ACM! The craftsmanship and fitment look to be spot on.
    Thank you. You should see how many brackets I have where I got it totally wrong

    Quote Originally Posted by pop2tu View Post
    Nice job. Really like how that is out of the way. Great instructions also.
    Thank you. It was a challenge for sure but a lot of fun to make

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    Great right up. Having those switches built in as a huge plus!
    Honestly, I don't know why Jeep hadn't had them sooner.

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    Just when I was about to give up hope and cabin mount it.
    Well, if you do end up getting one, I'm glad that I could be of help

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    That looks great!
    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Bud View Post
    That's very cool!!
    Nice job!!
    Thanks! I think I'm starting like this making stuff thing

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    How waterproof are these?besides water getting in the vent. I have my liners off and now would be a good time to look into this. I honestly don't think I'd ever have my jeep in water that deep. But just the usual splash is fine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by olram30 View Post
    How waterproof are these?besides water getting in the vent. I have my liners off and now would be a good time to look into this.
    The ARB compressor is actually pretty water proof but you would need to keep water from getting into the intake. If you look at the compressor in my pics, you will see a disk like thing - that is the filter for the intake. ARB sells a kit that will allow you to remote locate the filter so you could put it up higher - maybe close to the hood. That would make it very water proof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    The ARB compressor is actually pretty water proof but you would need to keep water from getting into the intake. If you look at the compressor in my pics, you will see a disk like thing - that is the filter for the intake. ARB sells a kit that will allow you to remote locate the filter so you could put it up higher - maybe close to the hood. That would make it very water proof.
    Yeah, I used to have that kit on my jk for the diffs. There's actually an extra port for a 3rd intake. I was thinking I could run this also with the diff breather.

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    No Problems, Just Solutions... Nice Job Eddie! I knew you would figure it out.

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    very nice

    I think an ARB is finally in order to free up real estate!

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    Just woke up to your email about this mount. Is this really sold out already!?

    Say it isn't so!

    I just got my JL Prorock 44 installed, front and rear ARB lockers and I have a less than ideal compressor mounting situation!

    Oh and this is also my first post so hello from Vancouver BC

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