+1. We ran the Nitra gauges, regulators and valves. One thing to note is that we had a couple inspectors that weren’t huge fans of our regulator and gauge since it was hard to tell exactly what line it was on. It’s most likely partially our fault since the post-regulator gauge wasn’t super easy to see.
Depending how much air you need, it may be wise to run one single metal tank. We ran an ARB tank last year, which allowed us to attach the pressure switch directly on one end with hard fittings, and we added an analog sensor too, eliminating the need for a metal block just to add those in the system. The tank is NOT steel as the listing says, it is indeed aluminum.
I want to say this was a better volume to weight ratio than clippards, although it is still heavy. We also wanted to eliminate possible sources of leaking by running the least amount of fittings possible since that is where a lot of leaks occur. We also ran a solenoid manifold which may have been heavier than individual solenoids but also helped prevent leaks, and we thought was worth the weight.