Looking good. Are you going to wire up a switch to the cabin or just leave it on the compressor?
did you use something like these rivnuts?
I'd be wary of the "stainless steel" ones. I found that the scored section of the body are not up to the task. I mounted some with my rivnut gun and accidentally had a badly threaded ss rivnut jam a bolt. I tried to back the bolt up, but the bolt spun the rivnut. Luckily, it was at a spot where I could vise grip the rivnut and remove the bolt. I had to cut that out and replace with a different brand (Astro) rivnut. They are way better.I used rivnuts pretty identical to those. I bought them off amazon too, but the page doesn't exist right now for some reason (which isn't instilling a bunch of confidence in me). The kit I bought had a bunch of different sizes since I didn't know which one would be best, but I'd recommend anyone
That’s exactly the same as me, although the paddle board is mine.I finally bit the bullet for a few reasons. Checking the tire pressure in my wife and my cars. Tubeless tires on my mountain bike (which often require a compressor and not a hand pump to set the bead after a tire change). And my wife's inflatable stand-up paddleboard.
I've carried a cheapo portable air compressor for a number of years in the 3rd row footwell, but it's a bit of a PITA to get out and set up. It connects to the battery with alligator clips. This will be much more simple and easy.