Howdy folks, I just wanted to say something about building in air tanks. i see and hear about people building thier bumpers and roll cages as air tanks. i do not see this as a good idea. yes it saves space, but it also makes another thing to inspect before any trail. and this just isnt a short inspection. you have to inspect EVERY weld and EVERY bent or area that could be dammaged. it does not cost much for a 5 to 10 gallon air tank that holds 120 psi. i paid 14 dollars for my seven gallon. and it is great. people, if you plan on doing this make sure you have your "air tank" preassure tested. in my eyes i feel one should not use this method. you can mount an air tank in areas that are out of the way. under the cab, or on a roof rack. with quick dissconnects you can put it anywhere. just be farefull of how you make your tank if you decide to use the "bumper tank" method. Grant Bourne 1974 Chevy Blazer Cheyanne. but it is on 33's now, with saggy old springs. i am in Yuma Arizona if ya got any parts for me.