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Old 07-22-2019, 08:07 PM #1
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ARB Compressor Bandi Mount Switch under hood

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I am finally looking to install a dual ARB compressor. I will be using the Bandi mount with a SMOG relocate (Shockworks, dual battery coming in the future). I have changed my idea and will install the switch under the hood. In the future, I am hoping to install the sponsored by wifey kit.

Could a front locker be powered by the wifey kit?
Also, should I look for a non ARB switch for under the hood?

If this is going to be a hassle I will install in the cab. Although, I also want a switch pro in the future (so will move the switching to this).

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I have almost this exact setup, but mine is hooked up to my SPOD. I have the wifey kit. It is only for airing up and down the tires as far as I know and what I use it for. You may be able to run a locker line off the manifold, but I can't say for certain because every hole but one is taken already on the manifold (Maybe different manifold?). Also, the ARB switch under the hood will work just fine unless you want a different switch for your own personal reasons. Ultimately, the switch pro will make it all easier but isn't necessary.
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Evening All,
I am finally looking to install a dual ARB compressor. I will be using the Bandi mount with a SMOG relocate (Shockworks, dual battery coming in the future). I have changed my idea and will install the switch under the hood. In the future, I am hoping to install the sponsored by wifey kit.

Could a front locker be powered by the wifey kit?
Also, should I look for a non ARB switch for under the hood?

If this is going to be a hassle I will install in the cab. Although, I also want a switch pro in the future (so will move the switching to this).

Thanks
How will you run your locker if the compressor switch is under the hood? are you going to run a switch in the cabin as well? or stop and pop the hood every time you want them to engage?

For the wifey setup, what kind of terrain do you primarily tackle? I decided against it b/c its mostly mud, soil, and water by me... so I'd get caked in shit when I would use the system. Making a 4 hose system for my needs is just more practical, cheaper and easier... but if you're mostly on rocks/ sand, then its probably a good option.
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Switch under the hood seems....odd. you can get switches that fit the blank knockouts on the lower dash inside.

And if you are running the ARB compressors they already have a spot on the manifold that is attached to the compressor for the locker solenoids. It's pretty plug and plug.

And the wifey kit is pretty much geared at airing tires up and down. Trying to tie the locker into that system would just complicate the whole thing.
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