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Old 12-02-2010
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That's not my inverter above the moisture trap--it's the factory installed heat cube that keeps the water pumps pumping in freezing weather. I just removed the bolts that hold the rubber feet on and put bolts all the way through the shelf it sits on and the rubber feet. I also lightened my coach considerably by drilling several extra holes during the mounting process.

BTW, I really like having the hose reel in there. It fits just right and makes the chore of coiling and uncoiling the air hose a fun task instead.

I think the Porter Cable compressor puts out 150 psi, but I could be mistaken. I have mine set to cut off at 125 psi--enough to air up the tires but not high enough to do any damage.
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