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4aSong

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Posted: 03/07/18 02:49pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

looking for an efficient, quiet, and reasonable cost ($50.00) or less 110 volt tire inflator.

I forgot to mention, I prefer one that does not dance all over the floor when cycling.

* This post was edited 03/07/18 03:19pm by 4aSong *


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Posted: 03/07/18 02:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Porter Cable pancake compressor. Less than a hundred dollars. More than your 50, but worth way more than what you will get for 50 bucks


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Posted: 03/07/18 03:06pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A used one.

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You are asking too much, for the price you want to pay. I bought a more quiet than most, lighter than most (32 lbs), very nice 6 gal pancake compressor, with quality gauges and fittings. No, it does not move when running. You'll need to add another $100 to the $50 though. Most times, you get what you pay for.

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2oldman wrote:

A used one.


at that price point, X2.


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Craftsman $55

No idea if it does a jig or waltz...

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I must be missing something.......

I haven’t had to add any air to my 12 motorhome tires, 6 on my C Class, and 6 on my Class A in years.

Do many people pick up nails or screws in their tires?

Am I just lucky?

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What pressures are we talking about? "E" rated at 80 psi, "G" rated at 110 psi, or something else? Makes a big difference on what you buy. A compressor rated to 110 psi will take a very long time, if ever, to get your tires to 110 psi. And you won't find a quiet compressor at your price point.

I have a 150 psi Porter Cable that I'm pleased with, but it was neither quiet or $50.


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Kobalt model KLDP1 combination unit from Lowes. $50 works on both 110 ac and 12 volt dc and has digital pressure gauge built in.

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fj12ryder wrote:

What pressures are we talking about? "E" rated at 80 psi, "G" rated at 110 psi, or something else? Makes a big difference on what you buy. A compressor rated to 110 psi will take a very long time, if ever, to get your tires to 110 psi. And you won't find a quiet compressor at your price point.

I have a 150 psi Porter Cable that I'm pleased with, but it was neither quiet or $50.


Maximum 80 psi is what I am looking for. Don't mind paying more but most of the small 110v inflation units seem to dance everywhere. Do not need a 12v unit.

I am considering the Husky Model 12120 any input on this model would be appreciated.

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