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Old 09-12-2017, 08:13 AM   #15
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Can this connection be used to air up tires?
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Old 09-12-2017, 08:17 AM   #16
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Can this connection be used to air up tires?
yes, engine running. Several post on how to bleed air to keep the on board compressor aired to max. I can't get quite enough pressure to air my front tires.
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Yes you can, and many of us do that. However, you can do the drive tires and the tag easily but generally not the front tires as the 120-130 most of us run. Inflation is either very slow or impossible for our standard air lines to deal with. Most of us carry a ViaAir compressor or a pancake (cheaper, much bigger) to deal with steer tire pressures

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As pointed out the fitting is a "Automotive" connection. You can also pick up "Universal" female connects that will accept both the "Industrial" (most common fitting) and "Automotive" male fittings.

I installed a hose reel between the slide out tray and the fridge/freezer in the basement. I used a automotive male connecter to connect the reel to the factory fitting. Then have a universal female on the end of the hose. So I should be set for anything I try to connect to it. What I really like about using the hose reel is I do not have a 50' air hose just laying around in bay. Helps keep things neat and organized.
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