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Hello PRS TiFJ,

Each compressor needs it's own 40 amp relay but you only need one pressure switch.

Click the link below to see a wiring diagram.
http://www.viaircorp.com/OffRoad/Sch...s/dualc_wd.pdf

The pressure switch with the built-in relays cannot be used for dual compressor set-ups.

Hope this helps.
Damn! More stuff to buy! will have to think about this. just want to get those tires inflated a little faster.
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Re: Is a portable air pump really necessary for summit

I went ahead and ordered the Viair 450P from amazon for 299 shipped.
It's 100% duty cycle.
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ocr14a, i don't know where that came from and I have said stupid things before.....but I've never said something that stupid.....

and I stand corrected somebody did have an intelligent question and it was answered.

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Old Sarge previously said:
I don't know how to use Google, but if I did, it would probably look something like this

ocr14a, i don't know where that came from and I have said stupid things before.....but I've never said something that stupid.....

and I stand corrected somebody did have an intelligent question and it was answered.
sorry.....that's just me being silly.
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