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I tried my 110V pancake compressor which cost $250 on my MH tires and it just doesn't have enough volume in the tank. Although it goes up to 120 psi, I think the tire has more volume than the tank and the pressure equalizes and then the compressor is working against the tire and it slows way down. I installed an air hose on the air sysem on my coach and it works great. There were already a couple of outlet fittings in the run bay at the front of the coach.
Gaines, that is the problem with a small compressor and tank. Just the nature of the beast. The only alternative is a much larger tank and compressor.
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If you would like to save money on your monthly water bill I suggest investing in the "Airless Water valve" from El Duque. This valve is worth it, Check out the website, it explains how it works and how it saves you money. I use it and I'm am proud to say It save me cash.