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Old 07-25-2016, 10:27 PM   #1
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Default A/C compressor to fill tank for air bags?

Hi,

Does anyone have experience setting up an a/c compressor to be your air source for filling your tank for your air bags?

If you know of a thread that has the steps, or, you know the steps, or, can point me to a person, just drop me a PM or email ebermerced@aol.com.

I've seen done in years' past and am interesting in doing it.

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http://infamousnissan.com/forum/show...ven+compressor

hope this helps but you give engine driven compressor a search there are more threads then this one
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I have a re-manufactured York (new old stock) in the box, without a clutch. It is the most desirable of the different types. They are identified by the input shaft.
I'd let it go cheap, rather than let it sit round for years.
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Thanks for the help gents
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I haven't got mine done yet but here is some good info.

http://www.fullsizechevy.com/forum/s...he-York-Thread

http://www.rockcrawler.com/techrepor..._mod/index.asp
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I have a re-manufactured York (new old stock) in the box, without a clutch. It is the most desirable of the different types. They are identified by the input shaft.
I'd let it go cheap, rather than let it sit round for years.
If I was looking for an A/C pump to use as a air compressor, might as well be a york. They came on a lot of compressors too.
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