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Old 03-05-2013, 09:03 PM   #15
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sdennislee, saw your post on the other thread, WOW what a set up. Have you thought of packaging and selling it on Amazon? Sure beets the heck out of my hose, nozzle, gauge and DW(for pump down). Thanks for sharing it.
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sdennislee, saw your post on the other thread, WOW what a set up. Have you thought of packaging and selling it on Amazon? Sure beets the heck out of my hose, nozzle, gauge and DW(for pump down). Thanks for sharing it.
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Already shot myself in the foot on that front, I posted the parts list.
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See post 26 in this thread What Have You Done To Your Motorhome?
I'm with Dennis on this! I built the setup shown in the YouTube video. One additional thought...when you are putting air in and the supply air gets down close to the pressure you want in the tire, partially remove the air chuck from the quick disconnect and bleed off the air from the system until the compressor starts, then wait until it gets back up to 125 lbs to continue airing the tire.
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I'm with Dennis on this! I built the setup shown in the YouTube video. One additional thought...when you are putting air in and the supply air gets down close to the pressure you want in the tire, partially remove the air chuck from the quick disconnect and bleed off the air from the system until the compressor starts, then wait until it gets back up to 125 lbs to continue airing the tire.
For push button ease, place an in line bleeder in your hose and just push the button and the air tank will rapidly drop to a pressure below compressor cut in.
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For push button ease, place an in line bleeder in your hose and just push the button and the air tank will rapidly drop to a pressure below compressor cut in.
Hey Dennis, now you're getting lazy! No, seriously, I like that idea. Does Lowes have the push-button bleeder, or where would I find it? Thanks!
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Have the Sears version of Jack1234's Porter Cable air compressor. 150 PSI and delivers 2CFM @ 90 PSI. has no problem airing up m 22.5 tires. It's compact size makes it easy to store in the basement.
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Have the Sears version of Jack1234's Porter Cable air compressor. 150 PSI and delivers 2CFM @ 90 PSI. has no problem airing up m 22.5 tires. It's compact size makes it easy to store in the basement.
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Same here!

Same here. Have used it a few times and really airs up my 22.5's fast.
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Here's another option. Available at Home Depot, fits in the toolbox in the bed of my truck and handles 120 PSIG requirement of the trailer tires with no problem (160 PSIG rated).

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Hey Dennis, now you're getting lazy! No, seriously, I like that idea. Does Lowes have the push-button bleeder, or where would I find it? Thanks!
I order on line. Let me find the link and part number and I'll post it for you.
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I've had a few portable compressors and I love this one - hands down - and other people on Amazon love it too:
Stanley Bostitch

It was bought specifically for our RV. It'll also do 150 psi, not 120psi, like many of the compressors mentioned here.. which makes a big difference when trying to get over 100 psi. If you have Amazon Prime, it ships free.
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Hey Dennis, now you're getting lazy! No, seriously, I like that idea. Does Lowes have the push-button bleeder, or where would I find it? Thanks!
Here is the link. http://http://www1.mscdirect.com/CGI/NNSRIT2?PMPXNO=12964826&PMTERM=59546895

Put it in line between the tank and your air chuck. Close to the air chuck so it's handy to get to with out moving or searching for it. Be sure you take the chuck off the tire or you will bleed the tire and air tank.
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Here is the link. http://http://www1.mscdirect.com/CGI/NNSRIT2?PMPXNO=12964826&PMTERM=59546895

Put it in line between the tank and your air chuck. Close to the air chuck so it's handy to get to with out moving or searching for it. Be sure you take the chuck off the tire or you will bleed the tire and air tank.
Thanks Dennis, I appreciate that! I went by Lowes yesterday and they have one with a thumb-screw release instead of the push-button and it was only around $3. I may go that way!

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