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Posted: 11/19/21 03:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Horrible freight has put one on sale for Black Friday
Small comp
OK, now let the haters begin.

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Posted: 11/19/21 05:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have one exactly like that with a different label. It is actually an excellent 12v air compressor.


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Bobbo wrote:

I have one exactly like that with a different label. It is actually an excellent 12v air compressor.


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I have the same unit, different label. Used it many times and no complaints.

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Have had similar for 15+ years. Re-tapped the outlet to use a standard hose and chuck. As long as it has battery terminal clamps it is probably decent.


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Posted: 11/19/21 09:57pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

[emoticon] Hi, I bought one of those Harbor Freight compressors many years ago. If you run it without being attached to a tire valve, it will blow up. Well at least mine did. I took it back as defective for a warrantee replacement and was hassled, but they finally gave me a new one. I installed a compressor blow off valve and never had a problem since.


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time2roll wrote:

Have had similar for 15+ years. Re-tapped the outlet to use a standard hose and chuck. As long as it has battery terminal clamps it is probably decent.


I see you figured it out also, the screw on attachment is a royal pain. A dually makes it even worse.


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The above dewalt inflator is a real game changer. Its self contained no need to plug in or connect to battery. I am able to inflate my 5th wheel tires wqithout being tied to an extension cord or battery.
It is able to inflate my 110 PSI Sailun G rated tires.
Yes more expensive than the El Cheapo models but it is also more capable. I own this model and can verify it works well.


DEWALT DCC020IB 20-Volt MAX Corded/Cordless Air Inflator can run on any 1 of 3 power sources for maximum versatility: 20-Volt maximum battery, 12-Volt DC or 110-Volt AC.


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I almost bought that one. But since thw new truck has a inverter and 110 outlet. I went with a small plug in 3 gal pancake compressor. Only good for 100 psi, but works well and fast.


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Looks like Viair

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Esacnj wrote:

Looks like Viair


Yup. And the non sale price is actually fairly close to Viair price.
That one is slightly less cfm than the viair I bought this year for about $75. Seems comparable. Maybe even the same with a different label? Maybe a knockoff.


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