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aight guys i know some kid whos gonna sell me his manual bags for cheap. The whole system for $500. All i need is like 2 fittings and notches. Hes only gonna give me a 2 gallon tank and a thomas 315 compressor tho. U think a 2 gallon tank would be enuf to completely inflate the bags once before refilling? And how long would it take the tank to refill? How fast u think itll raise/ drop w/ manual valves, i think he said there either 1/4" or 3/8" line. Im real new to bags so i need a lil help. And do u guys thnk itd be a good idea to just get another 2 gallon and another 315 compressor. This setups only gotta last me till the end of the summer when i put different valves and bigger tanks and whatnot in. So wuddya think? Anything i should add for temp or anything else ill need that he might not be giving me?

And where online sells parts for bags such as ftting and tanks and that stuff at cheap prices, thanks again.
 

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go to the fbi website. theyve got it all there.i would get another tank and compressor tho.2 gallon aint much
 

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badss10...i live like 10 min from you in south plainfield..i have bags, and ive helped a bunch of people in jersey that ive met through these forums with lowering their trucks. if you want, i can give you a hand...ok, about your questions..2 gallons is a really small amount..there is no way it id going to completely inflate all of your bags. im running 2 3 gallons; the back will get all the way up, but the front will not, not on the first try. so yeah, youre gonna need more air. the 315 compressor is a good unit, but it is only rated for 130 psi. if you go out and buy another, get a 317 or 327 rated at 150 psi. 20 lbs makes a big difference. ok, manual valves are typically slower due to small orifaces inside the valve. a really big oriface would be harder to operate with a manual switch. also, is the system a 4 path or 2 path? a 4 path would be faster, but requires separate lines run to each corner, where a 2 path just splits off a T. there is this place by me in piscataway where i buy all my fittings and airline from. the airline is cheap, but the fittings can be up to 5 dollars a piece...but they are really nice and i havent had one leak. also the orifaces are much larger in those then ones i have found online. anyplace online will have cheap tanks. ok, hope this helped, lata
 

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Well thanks for the help AVTekk, i should be doing it in about two weeks. Im pretty sure its only a 2 path but i could be wrong. He said hes got a 7 gallon tank and a 3/4 hp compressor he'll sell me now so i think im just gonna go w/ that. I really could use help puttin everything in so il get back to u if i need ya around. Later .
 

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OH yeah, and AVTekk, u in a truck club? Im gonna be looking to get in one in NJ soon and i dont know of any around here.
 
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