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Old 02-22-2014, 11:42 AM   #1
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Portable Air Compressor Master Flow

I'm very pleased with this little compressor. Very well built, and very well packaged. I looked at quite a few of them but decided to give this one a try. I've also have had other and this one is super quiet in comparison. It come in a neat bag with separate compartments. The coiled hose has a quick disconnect in one end and a Schrader valve already installed on the other. I deflated one tire to ~70 and it quickly filled it up to 85 psi. My only complaint is that the 12v electrical cable is too short. I'm going to extend it so that all tires can be reached. I paid $37.97 shipped, but the price just went up a bit. This an a truck tire plug kit and you are set.

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There is also a MF-1050 better suited to RV use. Read the reviews. There are a few things that need to be done to it to make it a good RV compressor.
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Old 02-23-2014, 01:19 PM   #3
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I also saw that one but for using it once or twice in it's lifetime I didn't want to pay double the cost. However, if you need it to inflate all four tires in your Jeep after deflating them for off road then I would say the 1050 is more practical.
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Old 03-15-2014, 04:42 PM   #4
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I just saw this one on sale at Menards. From the reviews, it is very good quality. It weighs 20 lbs.



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That's pretty nice. Did you get it? I was looking at one like that made by Craftsman.
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I did not buy it. I'm just planning ahead as we can't bring our RV home until the ice and snow are off our driveway here in Wisconsin. I'll need something once we have it here since I have nothing that can inflate to 90 psi.
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My little egg shaped 150psi from craftsman works great I did change that coiled hose I don't like them.
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