Originally Posted by tnrvers
I agree with sdennislee, those with diesels should have all the air you need and if you carry enough hose you can even air the toad without disconnecting it. I wind my hose up on a little orange wheel I pick up at Lowe's for a couple of dollars. It keeps the hose neat and easy to store. Hope this gives those with diesels something to think about.
Tom and Barb
2000 Bounder 39Z
Not if your tires need 120 psi and your air system shuts off at that pressure. I tried for over an hour to use the onboard air. Besides, why would I want to antagonize my neighbors running the 435 HP air pump when a 1.5 electric one will do a better job? Also, I can loan the compressor out to people across the road and I can't do that with as easily with the MH air.
2009 45' Magna 630 w/Cummins ISX 650 HP/1950 Lbs Ft
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