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Old 08-10-2015, 11:35 AM   #1
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Gas Coaches and air compressors

Who carries a compressor i their gas coach and what kind.
I need 90psi for my tires.
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Who carries a compressor i their gas coach and what kind.
I need 90psi for my tires.
Both gas and diesels carry air compressors, I prefer my egg shaped craftsman over the on board air.
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... I prefer my egg shaped craftsman over the on board air.
Ditto. We've got the one shown below. Works quite well.

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I carry a Wal-Mart 50 buck one. Does the job.
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Old 08-10-2015, 11:55 AM   #5
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I have the same as pictured above, but with a Porter Cable sticker on it. Does 150psi. Light enough to move and compact enough to store it. Got it on sale for $70.00
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Sears pancake style I think it's 4 gallon (not really big enough but that's the biggest I can hold) 150 PSI.. Works great 10 years old.
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Another vote for the Craftsman "egg" compressor. It it easy to store because it can go on its back, side, or standing up.
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X10 or 20 or more! You need a 135 psi minimum air compressor to fill an RV tire to 90 - 100 psi.
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Some years ago I bought a small Craftsman no tank unit, it worked but not well for 120 psi tires. Now I have a tanked Coleman unit that I got at Lowes. Slow, but does the job better than the onboard air.
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I have craftsman inflater/compressor, 120 psi max it's slow but it does the trick when we're on the road! By the way a $5 yard sale item!As big as a loaf of bread great for storage.

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Lowes Kobalt 155PSI 3 gallon hotdog compressor does a nice job and is reasonably quiet.
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Many jeepers who air down and air up regularly really like this one. It's pricey but has a good rep is 12v, with two compressor and good speed and can be hardwired in. Add a tank and run tools with it too.

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Ditto. We've got the one shown below. Works quite well.

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I carry the same one and it works great.
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