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Old 03-14-2017, 07:13 AM   #29
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I have carried a pancake 150psi compressor for 15 years of RVing. TPMS can cause leaks if not put on correctly. Before I had TPMS I have lost air do to tire extensions while parked for several months @ a campground. I think you are kidding yourself if you think you might never have a tire problem w/ these large Motorhomes.

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Old 03-14-2017, 01:41 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by tom chelbana View Post
On our Essex on a Spartan chassis we have air connections both front and rear to connect air hose too for adding air or other purposes. The engine air compressor will give you 130 psi as long as the engine is running.

Exactly what we do. Only carry 50' hose and different connections.

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Old 03-14-2017, 07:05 PM   #31
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This is a different angle. An Air Booster/Air Doubler...what ever you want to call it.

I mounted it under the front cover...it can plug into my home air compressor, or into the coaches air manifold.

Whichever the source...it regulates the input to 80 psi...and thru a piston action...comes out the other side for filling tires at 160 psi.

Hard to find them reasonably priced though.

I was very fortunate to find mine on eBay.
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