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    Hey guys I have a 66 Chevy long bed c10 and just bought a tank bags and some wires with it still needing compressors hoses switch box. I have had my plates made for the bags and my buddy said I would have to cute a 2 prices of pipe all I'm doing is trying to figure out what the size of that needs to be a how many compressors would I need and what are the best and if anyone has any diagrams of a bagged 66 let me know I would appreciate it a lot thanks

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    Viair is the most common compressors. Just do a Google search for your truck. Odds are you will find diagrams and all the info you need
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    What size should I use and I tried already to look for a diagram in Google for the size of the cups and could find anything

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    I'd recommend dual viair 440's. What size is your tank

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    I think most cups are 4" diameter pipe. Don't quote me on that though. Hit up one of the shops on here. Aac, cce, bc fab. They should be able to help you with the comps and possibly answer the pipe question
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jahlg View Post
    I think most cups are 4" diameter pipe. Don't quote me on that though. Hit up one of the shops on here. Aac, cce, bc fab. They should be able to help you with the comps and possibly answer the pipe question
    I correct myself. It took me about 2 seconds on Google to find that it is a 5.5" diameter pipe for the chevy. Thorbros.Com. 63-98 fullsize chevy.
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    The pipe size is usually chosen based on the the ID or OD of the coil spring. Match that to the pipe so that it stays in place and doesn't move too much.

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