Originally Posted by Tha_Rooster
About every tire needs at least 100 psi so if you buy a 110 psi compressor you will have a time trying to top off. I purchased the egg shaped craftsman 150psi light weight and not big.
I bought one of them from Sears, brought it home, assembled everything, and it would not truly reach 150psi. Took it back, and the salesman told me this was not designed for airing up large tires, it was made for small jobs only.
I bought a FINI 150# compressor on sale for $89, and it does truly have 150psi output, and much more cfm.
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