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Old 04-08-2015, 03:00 PM   #1
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Suggestion on type of air compressor to carry on board-must be small and pump up to 80-100 lbs.
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Suggestion on type of air compressor to carry on board-must be small and pump up to 80-100 lbs.
Yep, you'll love this 12-volt compressor that I found in amazon for just $66. It's called Viair 90P Portable Compressor and even comes in a nice carrying case.

My only issue with it is that the power cord (which connects to either the trailer battery or truck battery) is too short and they do not sell an extension. (But one is easy to make with a quick trip to the electrical section of a hardware store.)

It's pretty powerful and you have to either have to have the truck running (because of the amp draw) or if connected to the trailer batteries, the trailer needs to be connected to shore power.

Let me see if I can find a picture of it...it's very small but powerful...

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