VIAIR Onboard Air Systems Customer Reviews
28 Customer Reviews
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When you’re surfing up the face of a slippery sand dune, you need the intense traction of a deflated tire. Though it’s easy to let the air out, you can’t simply blow them back up like a balloon. You need a powerful compressor and plenty of air to get back to a road-ready psi—and that’s what the VIAIR Onboard Air System delivers. You get a powerful air compressor, full-sized air tank, plumbing—everything you need to transform your vehicle into a mobile filling station.
Inflating tires, blowing up water toys, running air tools—your VIAIR Onboard Air System is a jack of all trades. And, you can pick between 8 performance grades. From the Ultra-Light Duty to the X'treme-Duty System, there’s a VIAIR setup tailored just for your demands.
VIAIR designed your Onboard Air System for versatile mounting. Tuck it out of sight or leave it in plain view—you can bolt it just about anywhere. And, it’s backed by a 1-year warranty.
28 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jon S (Bellingham, WA) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram — Dec 29, 2012 9:28 AM
I installed this on my 2007 Dodge Ram 2500 and found that the kit was 95% complete for everything needed to install. Overall the kit seems to be of good quality, for the money. The pressure gauge is of low quality as it had dirt inside the glass and is difficult to read from any angle besides straight on viewing. I chose to install the kit under the bed which made for a long install. It is too soon to comment on the longevity of this system but overall I think it's a great addition to my rig.
Reviewed by Richard B (Livermore, CA) Reviewed for a 1990 Ford Bronco — Dec 22, 2012 11:59 AM
It arrived as promised all items nicely packaged. Once I read the instruction manual, I started to look for places to mount the compressor and tank. This is presenting me with some trouble, because the tank is long and has NPT fitting on the ends of the tank, finding a suitable mounting location is proving difficult. Also a 4-5 gal tank would work better. If I had this to do over, I would go the extra expense and purchase a belt driven air compressor system.
Reviewed by Chip D (MORENO VALLEY, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-450/550 — Dec 06, 2012 8:29 AM
I put another brand of on board air system on my previous truck and I must say the Viair is a much better unit. Simple installation, straight forward and Viair has a stong and trusted reputation.
Reviewed by William M (BANGOR, ME) Reviewed for a 2002 Jeep Wrangler — Oct 10, 2012 5:31 AM
The system I purchased (X-Treme Duty) was extremely complete. It even included an extra set of rubber bushings so you can mount the air tank to allow for moisture drainage. They thought of everything! Air line, wiring, it actually included enough wire to mount the compressors under the hood and put the air tank behind the passenger seat! I still have some 12ga. wire and some air line left, and I even plumbed in connections at the front and rear of my rig. GREAT kit. WELL worth the price.
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