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Old 02-26-2020, 11:27 PM   #61
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What kind of air compressor?

I used these connectors and really like them. Much lower cost.

iGreely 10 Pair 30A Quick Connect Battery Connector Modular Power Connectors, Quick Disconnect Power Terminals Connectors Compatible with Powerpole https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SCYY1NC..._2s0vEbNBCFJD9
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Old 02-27-2020, 03:13 PM   #62
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I used these connectors and really like them. Much lower cost.

iGreely 10 Pair 30A Quick Connect Battery Connector Modular Power Connectors, Quick Disconnect Power Terminals Connectors Compatible with Powerpole https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SCYY1NC..._2s0vEbNBCFJD9

Basically...just Anderson clones.


https://powerwerx.com/anderson-power...mp-unassembled


I actually prefer the 45A versions since you use a thicker wire with them.
https://powerwerx.com/anderson-power...mp-unassembled
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Old 02-27-2020, 03:49 PM   #63
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Compressor

I have a 6 gal. Porter at home and a Viair 88P in my toolbox. The Viair is smaller but very durable, goes to 120 PSI, about $65 on Amazon. I agree w/ other posters, nothing w/ lighter plug. All these compressor pull about 10-13 amps and will blow the cig lighter fuse or compressor fuse. I had one of the cheap ones, burn up the wiring to the plug. I have used this one for tractor and farm use for almost 6 years, it gets used regularly and still works. May take 10 minutes w/ a large rear tractor tire, but does the job. When I replace, I will go up 1 size larger Viair than the 88P.
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Old 02-28-2020, 05:32 PM   #64
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I do a lot of off-roading. We typically are airing down 35" or larger tires to 8# and then need to air back up when the fun is done. Viair makes some great units that can handle the heavy load and long duty cycle.


Nothing is as good as the old volvo ac compressor converted to air compressor. I added under the hood of 2006 jeep changed serpentine belt and put a 5gal tank under a skid plate. However no new vehicle has the space for that under the hood now days.
Put the kilby system in my 06 Rubicon. Works AWESOME. No way to put anything like that in the f250 though

But I chose the viair 300 to use on the camper and air bags of the truck
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