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air compressor for a 5.9 cummins

I am putting a cummins 5.9 12v in my GMC top Kick and i want to put an air compressor on the engine with the big hydraulic pump on the back of the air compressor

I am looking for air compressor part # and hydraulic pump part #

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I dont have numbers, but look at the 8.3 for what you're needing. They share the same bolt ons for compressors and pumps, etc as the 5.9. You could even bolt the big air compressor to a 4BT. Just make sure you get any support brackets for the rear. They break the timing case after a while.

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I dont have numbers, but look at the 8.3 for what you're needing. They share the same bolt ons for compressors and pumps, etc as the 5.9. You could even bolt the big air compressor to a 4BT. Just make sure you get any support brackets for the rear. They break the timing case after a while.
I got an air compressor and hydraulic pump set coming, It is a small air compressor and the big hydraulic pump off of a motor home that had juice brakes and air ride.

As for the rear bracket I will build something, thanks

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