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Proper tire pressure is essential when driving off-road. Airing your tires down to tackle rocky trails ensures a smoother ride compared to running trails with fully inflated tires. Our Tundra on-board air compressor mount sits comfortably under the hood, keeping the compressor near its power source. Once you're ready to head back to the highway, you can air up your tires for the ride home. Our mount is a breeze to install, takes approximately 15 minutes from start to finish, and will not require any drilling, trimming, or modification except for 2020-2021 years; see instructions below. It was designed to help compartmentalize the engine bay.
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** Please note that due to the difference in bolt spacing between the Single and Twin Compressors, the Single Compressor will only have 2 bolting locations unless you choose to drill additional holes.
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This mount worked out perfectly for my ARB twin compressor. it was easily installed and included enough pre-drilled holes to attach my fabricated tank and battery terminal expansion mount.
Great mount went in easy had plenty of room to mount the compressor fuse panel and relays for my onboard air system/train horn install
This compressor mount is nice and sturdy. I will be putting an Airlift airbag compressor on the mount and with mock-ups, the compressor clears the hood.
The only issues I found with the mount are:
1. You will need a rivet nut tool to install the mount;
2. The universal relay mount will have to be relocated if you plan on using one. I could not find a location on the driver’s side fender area where I could fit my rivet tool. So, I will have to mount my universal relay mount either on the firewall or passenger side fender area or just use metal screws to mount it;
3. To get to your fuse and relay box under your hood, you will need to remove the air compressor mount.
Besides those minor annoyances, the mount is solid, mounts nicely, has plenty of holes for mounting different compressors and should do exactly what it is designed to do!
As is standard with Rago Fab accessories this is a well crafted and well thought out product for an unmodified Tundra. I was very happy to see this made out of Aluminum and not Steel. Unfortunately I have a Genesis double battery system that prevents installation of the tray. I could have moved the holes in the tray a bit, but that sort of negates the usefulness of an off the shelf product.
If you have a stock battery and need a space for accessories this will probably work out. I have my ARB on the other side of the engine bay where I won’t have to mess with it should I blow a fuse.
If I had known this prior I wouldn’t have purchased and tried to shoehorn it in the Tundra. Hence this review.