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Old 11-21-2015, 05:55 AM   #1
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I interested in purchasing a good quality 12volt Air Compressor for next years camping season. I know that a lot of the cheaper units aren't capable of getting tires up to 65psi easily, must be Tank-less, any recommendations?
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ViaAir. Model 450 (this model is rated for continuous duty). Or maybe instead of a compressor a CO2 tank (I carry one in the jeep to air the tires up after off-roading).
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Lowe's sells one that is 110/12 volt, has a digital set point, and can be had for less than $50. In very happy with mine.
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$50 from HD, 12V/120V. set the pressure you want runs up to that pressure

and stops, if it doesn't run your already there.

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I highly recommend this air compressor. I have used it about a year and it works great. I added a place on each side of the trailer to clip the compressor to. The blue plastic insulator was cut from a plastic light switch box. The cord on the compressor is long enough on my trailer to reach the spare tire. I used a 30 amp fuse in the supply line.

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Do you have a picture of the compressor?
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Do you have a picture of the compressor?
Yes, click on my link or Road King's link. This is a real compressor and not to be confused with one of those little "automotive" compressors. It has high volume to blow up air mattresses or beach balls (with fittings for those) as well as truck or tractor tires. I use mine to keep my trailer tires at 50 psi before leave home or camp, very important.
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