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Old 02-12-2014, 05:12 PM   #1
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Good lesson learned from my wifes lil mishap yesterday is that my smallest air compressor 100 psi tank can not be refilled using the factory 110 outlet... just kept tripping the switch, so what do you guys do for air tanks? I thought for sure I would be good its a baby tank 85 buck jobber,, what do you guys use?? I used to carry a lil ac one with my old rubi but that was a pain in the ass took forever to re-air the tires... was hoping the new one would work with small compressor...
Any suggestions? I like being able to change air pressure at will..

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Old 02-12-2014, 06:24 PM   #3
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googled it and looks and sounds great, real world application how fast does it refill the tank to say re-fill 4 tires from 15 psi to 37 say ? my last one took a few mins to refill, then had to refill for each tire so about 20 mins when all said and done just to fill up 4 tires.. thats why i hoped my little 110 volt would work.. Thank you may run tomm for one after more research, but would rather hear first hand you know...
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My ARB takes one minute to fill a 1.5 gallon tank to 100psi. I haven't times airing up but I've wondered that. I'd guess 2 minutes.
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googled it and looks and sounds great, real world application how fast does it refill the tank to say re-fill 4 tires from 15 psi to 37 say ? my last one took a few mins to refill, then had to refill for each tire so about 20 mins when all said and done just to fill up 4 tires.. thats why i hoped my little 110 volt would work.. Thank you may run tomm for one after more research, but would rather hear first hand you know...
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