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I'm going to be mounting one of those 10.6cfm twin piston air compressors (maxi trac, morrflate, stop n go, thor) inside my cab for onboard air. My question is can I ground it to the body, should I run a bulk head and wire to the frame, or run it with the positive back to the bay and ground out on the frame there? It has a 90Amp peak draw and I'll be running 6 AWG wire, it will be fused and run through a switch box to a 200a relay. I know in the past people will ground winches to the frame or body, but with all the computer stuff going on I've got this concern on the back of my head. 2020 1500 Silverado LM2
I am a new Sierra owner and am now looking to do some personalization to make it officially mine. One of the items that I am wanting to do is installing an onboard air compressor and tank. I want to have the ability to air up tires if needed for the dreaded roadside visit. I have a tank that I will be fitting up under body, but what I would like to know is if others have installed one of these units, where the air compressor was mounted, switch location and any tips or tricks that they may have done to make the install clean and hidden. Thanks in advance for any and all responses. Scott