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My truck went in the shop on saturday for a bag setup. THis is my first bag setup so I was wantin to get everyone's opinion on the setup. It is going on a 88 chevy single cab swb get 22" wheels


1. 2 Viair 380 compressor
2. 2 5 gallon chrome tanks
3. 1/2" valves (8)
4. 3/8" line
5. slam specialty bags
6. 4 link
7. 3" drop spindles
8. 10 switch box for now until console is built.


What do yall think? Is this gonna be a good setup??
 

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I'm not sure why you'd get 1/2" valves and only 3/8" lines. It makes absolutely no sense. You should tell them to put 1/2" lines instead of the 3/8".
 

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ya run 1/2 or 5/8 lines, for 10 gallons maybe another compressor or two, i got 8 gallons right now with 2 380s filing to 175 and its not real slow but it would be nice if it was faster.
 

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Originally posted by MarquisPlaya@Aug 27 2005, 11:13 PM~3705565
ya run 1/2 or 5/8 lines, for 10 gallons maybe another compressor or two, i got 8 gallons right now with 2 380s filing to 175 and its not real slow but it would be nice if it was faster.
i think we could get a york on your ride man! sence fords had em, there are brackets. i know your ride has a surpenten belt thow, but i think if you have the 302 you could get some brackets and come up with something :cheesy:
 

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ya i got the surpenten belt and its a 302, it would be nice if i could add a york, ill look into more but id prally have to lose the ac, adding a york now wouldnt be that hard right? just some more airline and a filter.
 

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Well, I talked to the shop and they are gonna run 2 480s instead. The guy said that he really recommended the 1/2 valves with 3/8 hard line so I decided to stick with that. Thanks for all the imput.
 

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lol

Tell him do give you an adjustable pressure switch, then. If you're gonna run you system at anything less than 200psi, your lift times are gonna be shit.

Most non-adjustable pressure switches are set to 145-175psi. Most adjustable pressure switches go way above, 200psi - usually to around 400psi.
 

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Tell him do give you an adjustable pressure switch, then. If you're gonna run you system at anything less than 200psi, your lift times are gonna be shit.

Most non-adjustable pressure switches are set to 145-175psi. Most adjustable pressure switches go way above, 200psi - usually to around 400psi.

Thanks, I will ask him about it tommorrow!
 
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