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Old 08-18-2017, 11:08 AM   #15
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I have the RYOBI 6 gallon compressor in the RV. It's a little overkill but the price was right. I also have the ViAir 400PA for the Jeeps that works like a champ.
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Old 08-18-2017, 11:54 AM   #16
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Looking at this one...........

I found this Hotdog on Ebay and Walmat. Refurbished with at 90 day guarantee for $66.00.

What do you all think?

Rockworth 135 PSI 1.2 Gallon Air Compressor | RWAB1-CP

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Old 08-19-2017, 06:15 AM   #17
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I found this Hotdog on Ebay and Walmat. Refurbished with at 90 day guarantee for $66.00.



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Rockworth 135 PSI 1.2 Gallon Air Compressor | RWAB1-CP



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Is it like the Fini I posted a picture of?
If it is that will work well for you. Lays flat and easily fits in a compartment. Should come with an air hose too.
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Old 08-19-2017, 07:08 AM   #18
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Yes it is. Thanks for the info. It does appear to be the one I will use. - Kevin
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Here's what I keep with me when traveling. It doesn't look like much, but it works for anything from my air mattress to my dually. You select the pressure you want and it will fill up to that pressure and stop. Only costs $40 plus ryobi batteries. I got this as a freebie when working out a ryobi deal at work and thought it was silly, until I used it. Small, lightweight, and heavy duty enough to do the job. Label says it does up to 150 psi but I've only done 80 with it.
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Old 08-19-2017, 03:44 PM   #20
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Just got an email said coming soon, cordless flexvolt Dewalt compresser, just thought I would throw it in here

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Thumbs up Decided on the Rockworth Refurb...

Thanks to all of you for your input. Due to budget constraints, I decided on the Rockworth 135 PSI 1.2 Gallon Air Compressor | RWAB1-CP Refurbished compressor from Walmart. It was 68 bucks and if it turned out to be a dud I can just take it back to Walmart for refund. Easy peasy.

Happy travels to all and be safe!

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You won't regret that decision!
I have a very old one like this and love it. and thank you for your service.
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I am with SoonerDave - PORTER-CABLE CMB15 is a great one. Had a leaky valve and tire went flat while in storage for 30 days. Got to the rig, raised the front end with levelers and took about 10 minutes to air the tire to 92 PSI.
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How about this one. Compact, not a bad price. Klutch 12 Volt Heavy-Duty Portable Tire Inflator 150 Max. PSI, 5.3 CFM | Inflators| Northern Tool + Equipment
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My most recent purchase was a dual piston 12-volt compressor from Costco. I like the 12-volt, as they usually have a screw-on connector. They are slow, and short-life (generally 1-3yrs, depending on use), but you do not have to sit/ squat and HOLD the hose, Just watch the gage.
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