I've got a bag here that came with mine you can have - if I would have known you wanted one that bad I would have unscrewed mine off the wall and given it to you
thanks man but I went back to moncton and bot some pa they all said it does not come with any desiccant you have too buy it OK all is good now just when on a big road drive with my jeep lol. $80 on gas is not that bad for a tj it was 600+km with both times up there ;D and why does it said on the air dryer and manual (harbor freight tools) not princess auto
Last Edit: Aug 1, 2010 9:12:28 GMT -4 by C Monster
98 jeep TJ SUT LCG!!! 4 cyl. mod lift spring, jk moded rear springs ,JK arms,,1.25 body, motor lift j-20 steering box,highflow,cat, Rugged Ridge 8500 winch ,4.88 gears, 60mm TB & spacer,front Yukon locker,solid diff covers,285/75-16 k0,JKS Disconnects Chromoly rear axles, cv fronts ,gas tank and belly lift msd stuff,sye and alot of homemade stuff and more parts
I have a 4"pipe next to my compressor. The idea is to route the hot moist air thru the cool tube next to the drafty door, killing the velocity and percipitating the moisture to the sides of the tube...so it can be drained. But I never really finished the job.
Its getting on wet season, and I'm gonna start eating tips on the plasma table and getting bad quality from wet air.
Need to change the compressor outlet to go directly to this tube, before the tank, to take advantage of the DeltaT aspect of removing moisture. Cooling the air makes the moisture come out. The tank is doing that now, instead of the tube.
But in the meantime, I made baffles out of aluminum to stop velocity and give way more area for water vapour to condense apon.
Air shocks! ;D
mounted on ready rod. The shape of each plate is different, forcing the wet air to make turns to get to top of the tube. Will slow velocity, and add lots and lots of surface area
and installing it in the tube. This is a little pointless until the compressor is routed here when the air is hot, instead of tank, then tube. All the water just goes in the tank, the tube is secondary, needs to be primary. It does catch a fair bit tho now.