Air 11, Vehicle mount
Bolting in the compressor and air tank, plumbing the air lines and electrical, and accessing the air.
Making a portable air tank from a propane tank
Let me start by saying, TRY AT YOUR OWN RISK, haha. There are a few other things I didn't mention in the video. First, make sure you drain water from the tank on a regular basis, propane tanks are not coated on the inside and can rust. Second, I'm not sure about the technicalities of using tanks for stuff they are not intended, don't blame me if you get in trouble with the law. Propane tanks are rated for over 300 psi, so normal working air pressures should be fine, but there is always danger with compressed gasses. Use your head.
'Train Horn' On A Jeep Wrangler
This is an overview of the install of my Viair Ultra Light Duty onboard air system and my Wolo Model 847 Siberian Express 'Train Horn' that I installed on my 2002 Jeep Wrangler: Sahara Edition.
The tank is 1 gallon and though it does sound the horn for short blasts you'll likely want the 2.5 gallon tank for longer runs of the horns. The closest horn I can think of that this one resembles would be a Nathan P3 but the tone is definatly off from that one.
Overall the entire Jeep is a big toy for me and this is something I've wanted to do for years. I figured the rail enthusiasts would appreciate it and fellow Jeep owners would like to see how the set up was installed.
For the horn 'purests' out there that think it's a virtual sin to place a horn of this magnitude on a vehicle, feel free to complain away. My skin is thick.