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Air tank location ??

For those running air tanks, where would be the best location to mount it? Would an airtank be cost effective just to air tires up? Thanks......

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<font color=blue> A power tank or just a regular air tank? A regular air tank would not be enough to air up one tire all the way from zero, much less 4 tires from 10 to 20. A power tank on the other hand definately would be beneficial, but worth the money? I don't know, depends on how deep your pockets are. I made my own ugly front bumper that doubles as an air tank. Holds enough air on the trails and I keep my 10 gallon tank at camp to use when I am filling up multiple tires and air mattress's and such. I have on board air by the way. Cause the front bumper holds enough air to fill a basketball if I wasn't putting more air into it.

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On a little different note check out this site and click on cheap tire inflator. An old idea but I think it is a good one. Jim
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Depends on the size of the tank. For awhile, I had a 6" cylindrical tank which I mounted up pretty much adjacent to the rear driveshaft. Worked well and I was able to get it tucked up pretty tight.

I've since gone to using our roll cages and/or bumper depending on the vehicle.

I think placement is dictated by your tank size though, engine compartment, behind the driver's seat, over a rear fenderwell, attached to the tailgate, underneath, there's lot of places....
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