You know it's funny how quickly space gets used up in what's suppose to be a full size vehicle.
I tried to find a place to mount my ARB full size compressor in the engine compartment. I even got Slee's mount and after losing half a dozen bolts and the studs, I said screw it. It's a great design, but I don't know how anyone gets the thing mounted in such a tight spot.
With no place to go except inside the cab, I found a place to mount it in the rear. No pics yet, but I'm also hooking up a small tank I had lying around to it and it should be a great air source for airing up tires.
The only problem is how do I run an air line from inside the cab to the under the truck without (and this is the key) drilling a hole in my floorboard? Are there any hidden drain pucks somewhere on the floor or especially behind the panels in the rear of the 80? If I could find one say on the driver's side that would be great. I can tap a hole through the drain puck and seal it up and not do any major damage. Any ideas?
I was also thinking about just using the big ARB compressor as an air source for my air tank, and getting the mini compressor that might fit inside engine compartment a little better as my locker air source, but that's getting redundent and spendy.