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Old 05-10-2013, 11:45 AM   #15
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Is anyone using your Coach compressed air system that is shown in the video.


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You bet. It's all I use, but it can be painfully slow for those who need to get up to 100 psi or greater. I don't need to exceed 95 but it's still pretty slow. Not slow enough, however, to cause me to carry a stand alone compressor.


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Old 05-10-2013, 11:45 AM   #16
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Thanks to all for responses. Yes it is a gasser....no on board (that would be too simple nes pa?)

Will source a 150+ compressor.

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X2 and it really doesn't take too much room. Plus - priorities.

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And get a good quality inline gauge and attachments.

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Old 05-10-2013, 12:20 PM   #18
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Whatever you end up purchasing, just make sure that it has the capability of 150 - 155 psi.

I started with a Husky 125 psi and it would not handle the 110 psi I put in my rears and it would barely handle the 105 psi for my front tires.

I switched to a 155 psi Husky from Home Depot and it handles all tires well.

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Thanks to all for responses. Yes it is a gasser....no on board (that would be too simple nes pa?)

Will source a 150+ compressor.

Get yourself a Milton air pressure gauge with the dual headed truck chuck.

Get a Milton dual headed air chuck to put on this compressor:

8pc. Portable Air Compressor: Take Craftsman Power to Go with Sears

Now you are completely self sufficient and able to check and fill as needed!

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