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    Also once you order this how long does it take to get it?

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    Eddie, do you prefer the single over the twin air? I know for this application you needed to use the smaller one but do you ever feel you need the twin air with 37's or bigger? I am on the fence and like the options of the twin but the price on the single air system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deezus View Post
    Will it work with inner liners?

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    It works with my stock inner liners.
    I cant remember exactly how long it took to get but I think it was only like 2 or 3 days for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Eddie, do you prefer the single over the twin air? I know for this application you needed to use the smaller one but do you ever feel you need the twin air with 37's or bigger? I am on the fence and like the options of the twin but the price on the single air system.
    I've run both and run both of them on 33s and 35s several times now and honestly the single isn't that much slower than the twin. With the twin, I can air up 33s in about 8 minutes and the single about 11 minutes. Any they both use the same style manifold if you have air lockers.
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    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I've run both and run both of them on 33s and 35s several times now and honestly the single isn't that much slower than the twin. With the twin, I can air up 33s in about 8 minutes and the single about 11 minutes. Any they both use the same style manifold if you have air lockers.
    Thank for the info, do you know if there is any difference between the two on hooking up to a switch-pro. I was told the twin is easier to wire up than the single is this true?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Thank for the info, do you know if there is any difference between the two on hooking up to a switch-pro. I was told the twin is easier to wire up than the single is this true?
    I went to the battery on both Jeeps so I don't know about the switching system. I don't recall wiring being difficult on either. ARB has PDF instructions for each online though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I went to the battery on both Jeeps so I don't know about the switching system. I don't recall wiring being difficult on either. ARB has PDF instructions for each online though.
    Oh good suggestion. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I went to the battery on both Jeeps so I don't know about the switching system. I don't recall wiring being difficult on either. ARB has PDF instructions for each online though.
    I’m no expert but I recall mine saying not to go through a switch panel? I could be wrong tho a guy I know helped with the wires


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    I’m no expert but I recall mine saying not to go through a switch panel? I could be wrong tho a guy I know helped with the wires


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    Switch Pros sells a harness specifically for the ARB compressor so I would assume its safe to do so, well at least I hope lol.
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