Originally Posted by Shags78
So it would be safe to remove that condenser when I remove everything else? What is the official part name in my 3rd pic? Don't know why I referred to that as the condenser.
Not sure of its name but you can remove the condensor.
Heres my hose routing
INTAKE---- AIR FILTER to INLINE OILER to add oil to lube the compressor. On a normal set up the freon lubes the pump.
Now I actually find it easier to just pop off the air filter and squirt some oil in as the intake is pulling. THe inline oiler has a small screw that you have to remove to get the oil in. It does not regulate the amount of oil thats released. It all gets sucked in . Next I deceided to use the existing intake line.
This does not have to meet ant special requirements and it dosent get hot.
OUTAKE---PLUMBING REDUCER Make sure you use teflon tape on all screwed together joints to get a good seal. BRAIDED AIR LINE. I am useing a 3 foot section to cool things off before it hits the PSI SWITCH . From there it goes to a AIR/OIL SEPERATOR so oil dosent go into the tank.. The hose runs to the back of the Jeep to a 2.5 GALLON TANK . On the tank I have a PRESSURE RELEASE VALVE set to 150 ? so the tank dosent rupture if the psi switch malfunctions and the tank continues to fill. TRUST ME IT WORKS AND ITS LOUD WHEN THE VALVE RELEASES!!!!
The hose is then routed to under the hood where I have a quick disconnect for air tools
Lots of parts, The cost adds up fast
Intake filter, psi switch and oil seperator
In dash compressor on/off switch and psi guage. I had a guage on the tank but its really not needed
My original pressure regulator. I did not like how this one worked
I hope this helps