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Old 11-08-2008, 01:53 PM   #1
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I've been using my BIG 28 gallon compressor to care for the 29 tires (mounted on various pieces of equipment) that I've got in my garage - not real handy to move around however. I had a small, more portable unit that shot craps & I decided to replace it - so..

I ordered this one from Amazon & it got here late yesterday: Slime COMP06 Pro Power Heavy-Duty Tire Inflator.

Haven't had a chance to give it a try but will today. (If one were to take-off the power cord and the air hose it would look like the engine in a model railroaders collection - a "cute little thing").

I won't be using it for my Van's three 80psi tires - will use the BIG one for that - and I don't intend to take it on trips with me. Just needed one for the other "stuff".

(on edit) The pump came with a nice little canvas(ie) bag - I'll keep the pump in it's box and use the canvas bag to carry my DV Camera and my DStill Camera and their accessories..
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Old 11-08-2008, 04:03 PM   #2
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Tried it - seems like a nice little unit. The pressure gage appears to be accurate (when checked against my hand-held gage).

I don't believe I'd like to use it to pump-up the rear & spare tires on my RT 190 (to 80psi) - I'll use my heavy duty compressor if that's required.

Good for all the other stuff tho..
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Old 11-09-2008, 08:51 PM   #3
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That looks like a great things when you have a lot of items to pump up. I have Craftsman in my shop, also a Husky 100, which is a small compressor that goes to about 125psi, to big for the RT. I just ordered a TRUCK AIR by Interdynamics, Inc from the Auto Barn to carry in the RT - to top off on long travels. Gotta love them compressors when you notice a tire down, tube needs inflating!! Ron J.
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