Come home safe!

Sometimes you need some pressure.  A compressor can sure do the trick…

Engine bay from the drivers’ side showing my installed T-1 Air Compressor.  The T-1 was used in several vehicles. The main difference was the mounting bracket.

 

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Engine bay from the drivers’ side showing my installed T-1 Air Compressor. It’s a clever device. Turn the ignition off, engage the compressor, and use the compressor. When you are done, just kick the revs up and the air compressor will disengage itself.

It’s a clever device. Turn the ignition off, engage the compressor, start the engine and use the compressor. When you are done, just kick the revs up and the air compressor will disengage itself.

I purchased my T-1 from a Eagle Jeep Parts in Europe.  This was a few years back and if I remember correctly it was about $600 plus shipping. So unusual original parts are out there…or at least they were!

If you are interested in the T-1, you might also be interested in a book a put together some time ago called, Military Maintenance for MB/GPW Jeeps 1941-45.

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