Compressor or Pump with a reserve tank?

MadisonDan

Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
#21
God I love this pump. I did buy a quick push on valve though, I didn't care for the thread on version
Milwaukee M12 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Compact Inflator Kit W/4.0Ah Battery & Charger
  • Fastest cordless tire inflator: top-off a car tire in under 1 minutes (28 - 35 PSI)
  • Inflates car, LT truck, and compact equipment tires
  • REDLINK intelligence: true fill auto shut-off technology increases accuracy, protects from over-temp and over-fill
  • High efficiency pump and motor for true 120 PSI capability
  • Illuminated digital gauge with target and current pressure reading
Turn it on
set the pressure to what you'd like in the tire
put the hose on the valve, it reads the pressure in the tire
push the start button, it inflates to your setting and shuts off. done

portable and up to 120 psi
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pkovo

Active Member
#22
Personally, I've found that I use my air compressor all the time. For a little more or the same as the above booster you can get a nice oiled hotdog compressor (I bought a craftsman for $40 on craigslist a few years ago) that will easily fill tires (bike and car) and run trim nailers. It's great being the buddy with the air compressor - results in lots of free six packs!
I second this. I too have a small craftsman hot-dog compressor. Great for bike/car/MC tires, trim nailers , cleaning parts, even inflating pool toys and air mattresses. I've had it for years and now I don't think I could go back to not having it.