Originally Posted by gasman94
X2, plus my "Rube Goldberg" device.
i've tried that and didn't have the patience for the cycling nor the noise of the engine running while i'm trying to inflate all 6 tires. my fronts dropped to 80 psi while it was in storage over the winter since last summer. that would've taken me a couple of hours to do it that method... i'm lazier than i'm cheap
for the record, i did not need the "rv" specific kit to air up all 6 tires. the single 50' hose in the non-rv kit reached all my tires. i hooked the compressor to the house battery bank and made sure the hookup cables were all the way out. i then just walked to the furthers tire (passenger front) and the hose went under the front and i still have 3-4 feet of hose with the chuck locked on. the second extended hose would've been easier, but it's not neccessary.