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Old 01-07-2016, 06:35 AM   #15
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The on board compressor will struggle to reach 120psi. which a lot of RV tires recommend. A portable should be at least 150psi. I've carried around a Porter/Cable from Lowes for a few years and it's worked great, and it being under $100 it's a good buy. You can even hook up air tools to it.
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X2 on the Viar 450p. I like to check and make adjustments the day before leaving a location and hate to fire up the engine to use the on-board Compressor. Also I felt the 120 Pancake Compressors are to large for me. Storage space is too valuable.

The Viar is a little slower however it works great and is all you need.
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