I finished up my onboard air except for the pressure switch to turn it on and off. The compressor gets the job done but that's about it. I'm contemplating going to dual compressors. The hose is a 50' self-coiling one that fits inside of a piece of 4" PVC. It's sealed on one end and has a removable cap on the other end. You can see the white cap in the picture below.
Here is my tank mounted:
My Dad built and installed my front receiver. It's a butchered one out of a Toronado or something. I forget. I don't know how strong it is but I lifted my truck up with it using my Hi-Lift. It is higher than the bottom of the towhooks and even with the leading edge of the towhooks. The problem with it is that I could get hung up on a rock or log between the back of the receiver and the springs. That'd suck.
I wired in my electric line locks. I'm not entirely happy with them since they're unidirectional. IE: you can force fluid past them when engaged.
I wired in for a winch front and rear using 350 amp connectors and 2/0 wire. I'm not entirely happy with the setup but it'll work. Yes, they've got dust covers. No, I didn't silicone the end the cable comes out of. I'm not sure if I'm going to keep this setup (wire is a bit small, I'd like to have 3/0) so I didn't want more crap to clean up.
Front (either pass the winch end up through between the fan and crossmember or through unlatched hood):
Rear (will eventually be affixed to the post but the wire is a bit stiff in the cold weather):
Multimount winch plate. It's made out of a 8"x14" piece of 1/2" plate. It's got 2.5" 3/16" thick angle iron on it. The tube is 3/16" thick. They didn't have any 1/4" when I bought the steel and I didn't think I'd like to carry around solid 2" squarestock. The weak point is the 5/8" hole. It'll have handles once I choose which winch I'm going to buy.
Ashtray bling. I put two holes in my dash for 12VDC cigarette lighter outlets.
The switch on the right is for the line locks. Down it only activates the rear one. Up it activates both front and rear. Center off.
The top pushbutton is for my air compressor. It lights up.
The middle pushbutton is for my idle bump stop solenoid. It's used so I can bump up the idle so the alternator puts out peak. It lights up.
The bottom pushbutton is for the Furd solenoid that directly connects the two batteries together, bypassing the battery isolator. Yes, it lights up when it's on also.
Yeap, there's room for more [bleep] in the ashtray.