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Old 24th January 2017
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I guys new to this site. I have been lurking around on the site and have already found very useful information. Just put my order in today for some horns. 544 kit.
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Welcome to the forum Chip - 544 kit is a nice way to get into this mad hobby. Enjoy.
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Thanks. I'm going to have a lot of fun with these. Can't wait to see how loud they really are in person. They will be here Thursday.
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Oh those things are massively loud - you won't be disappointed
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- 2010 Suzuki Grand Vitara with Twin Viair 480C's; 200psi; Norgren regulator (R73G-4AK-RMG);Twin 1/2" lines (GW line regulated @110, SMC line @200); 5 gal.tank; K3LA on custom manifolds; SMC/VA85 solenoid; Graham White 353-100 (Install | Videos | Schematic).

The Collection:
Leslie SuperTyfon: RS5T, RSL3L
Nathan Airchime: K5LLA, K3LA
Shocker S4 XL
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Welcome to the forum!
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Old 25th January 2017
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If I put the air tank under my truck do I need to be concerned with rust.
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The 5gal tanks are steel, so yes you will need to monitor for rust. They have a good coating but if exposed to the elements I'd keep a close eye out for any sign of corrosion. Also make sure you regularly drain it, that's where most of the rust builds up.
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- 2010 Suzuki Grand Vitara with Twin Viair 480C's; 200psi; Norgren regulator (R73G-4AK-RMG);Twin 1/2" lines (GW line regulated @110, SMC line @200); 5 gal.tank; K3LA on custom manifolds; SMC/VA85 solenoid; Graham White 353-100 (Install | Videos | Schematic).

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Leslie SuperTyfon: RS5T, RSL3L
Nathan Airchime: K5LLA, K3LA
Shocker S4 XL
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I wonder if I'm better off mountain the tank in the compressor in the bed. It's a new truck so I really don't feel like drooling holes in the bed but it may be A better route to go.
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hello me too new to this forum, well welcome to forum

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