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Old 01-06-2014, 02:53 PM   #15
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I bought a 120 Volt Coleman tank unit at Lowes some years ago. Does just fine on my 305/70's and 275/70's on our rig.
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Harbor Freight has a small compressor that is rated at 150 PSI and clips to your battery. It generally runs around $70 depending on whether it is on sale or not.

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I carry a CO2 tank for airing up the jeep tires when off roading. Work great for the MH as well. Does not require electric power source and is very portable. .
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Lot of good posts. Some OK choices for air compressor. I wonder how many have really thought if they need to spend the money to buy or give up storage space or small but constant hit on fuel. A post to consider.
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I'm doubting a $100 compressor that can pump 275 psi. I'm thinking a 275 psi compressor would have to be a 2-stage. Maybe it's got a 275 psi gauge on it.
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We carry one of these and a long extension cord. Pumps our 22.5 tires up easily. Sears.com
X3, have used this for 6 or 7 years on and off, light, easy to store and has no problem handling 22.5" tires.
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check Harbor Freight online. they ship free
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