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No doubt about it, air tools can save you a lot of time and trouble. And while air tools used to be the exclusive domain of professional shops, nowadays it’s not that tough to install a pro-spec compressed air system in your home garage.

As proof, the Summit Racing folks walk you though how they installed a compressed air system in their video production studio. The video covers everything from the air compressor to the final air plumbing fittings—and you’ll learn plenty of tips and tricks along the way.

Need help picking the right air compressor for your garage? Summit Racing’s got a video for that too.

So if you’ve been toying with the idea of installing a compressed air system in your home workshop, then this video is a good place to start. And after your done, scroll down to the bottom of this article and you’ll find some handy links to the products and parts used during the install.

Here are some of the parts used in the video to show you what you’ll need to install a compressed air system in your garage: