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Old 10-26-2015, 05:24 AM   #1
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Adding air to tires

Relatively new to motorhome and learning more everyday. I need to add air to my rear tires and my compressor is not strong enough. Do I need to go to a truck stop.
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Take a look at this video.
https://youtu.be/QDOqCk6dTuo

They show how to use your on board compressor to put air in your tires.
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Adding air to tires

I do nothing more than run the engine and plug in the air hose and am able to get to the 105 psi I run them at quickly.

Usually only have to add a little air to them off once per year.

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