Except for the price, I have learned to shop around.... Only tools needed is a chop saw, ruler, Allen wrench and file .If the price comes down I will buy a truckload lol. Next in line(already working them) is a bumper mount kitchen and a kayak mount on the Bowfin, eventually a rear tent system LOL. Poor 80, it was untouched for 20 years at least...Luv the 8020 stuff. SOoooo easy to work with.
Thanks for the feedback. I went this route due to reasonable pricing and easy disassembly. Alternates? I had helper bags for 20 years here and never had an issue with my cheap Airlift fittings.I don't care for the sharkbite (or any other of those type air connectors) in the cold.
The tubing, as well as that little bitty o-ring, shrinks and hardens in the cold and can be a real pain.