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Engine Driven Compressor info

Discussion in 'Lowered and Bagged Suspension' started by Ginger, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. Ginger

    Ginger Teh General

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    This is from OldSchoolChevy.

    I think we need to start a sticky. On york EDC setups. Pics of them install pics. Plumbing diagrams. Were to get the compressor. What are some part numbers for parts ( pressure switch, head adaptors, etc...)
    Heres a cut away which shows why these suckers are such a good choice. They have there own crank for oil supply. They do consume oil but not to bad after they have been broken in (if new) If you get a junkyard special then no worries. But on mine as long as you keep it oiled it runs smooth. I have seen were there has been little or no maintenance. The compressor will seize up. Because of the oil that is left is getting burnt causing abnormal wear.

    Service manual, very nice! Has all the demissions how much oil they take. Bolt hole locations an measurements.
    http://www.ccicompressor.com/docs/tccisrvice.pdf

    PARTS!!!
    http://www.nextag.com/amazon_it--27...ller-html?nxtg=173570a1c052c-CBD365C6EF07E9D1
    http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/items/2DC09
    http://www.kilbyenterprises.com/compressors.htm
    http://kilbyenterprises.com/pulleys.htm
    http://www.gravity-werx.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWCATS&Category=98
    http://store.gaugemagazine.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=2054
    http://www.waylayedinc.com/
    http://www.triadtechnologies.com/sitemap/parkerlink.asp
    Oil mod - waste of time! Doesnt let the head get any oil.

    Crank case vent- On the compressor, you take out one of the plugs and put a filter on it. It also doubles as a oil fill too. (post picture when I get to it)
    I don't have picture of mine. But guy on FSC (KruzenLow) I thinks thats his username, has a really nice bracket and setup.
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    I will post more stuff an edit more of this as I can get time. But feel free to add to it. But heres what the guts look like.
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    Heres a crude diagram of the plumbing an electrical, the black Dots are connections or Tee's You can put the pressure switch were ever, but I would say after the water trap. I forgot about doin that when I drew it.
    Diagram courtesy of KreepyOne
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    heres a list of vechiles
    (sorry) couldn't get the HTML coding to work right, so just made them .png :think:
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    update!!!
     
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  2. willinthe985

    willinthe985 OBS Enthusiast

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    Does it matter if which side the suction is on?
     
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    i believe so, because if you put it on the wrong side it will suck the tanks empty, because the way that the pump turns
     
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    Good post. Could also be useful for the off-road guys for airing their tires up on the trail and doing repairs with air tools. I'm looking to do this on my Suburban when I get that far and use the air to run an exhaust brake and OD splitter and go to 3/4 ton leaves and airbag helpers.

    Very good, informative post!
     
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    You will have plenty of room to put on your burb. I've been looking at adapting a compressor of a big rig. Just need to get my hands on one.
     
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    Marcos I'm Awesome

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    Yeah the hydraulic hose works great, I use the same thing.
     
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    where can i get a pressure switch for this bad boy
     
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    You can get a pressure switch from a ton of places, like Suicide door, AVS, Gravity Werx, etc.
     
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    Marcos I'm Awesome

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    I am using the one from waylayedinc.com 165on 200off
     

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