GSPSCN Silver Tire Inflator Heavy Duty Double Cylinders with Portable Bag
Silver Tire Inflator Heavy Duty Double Cylinders, Double Inlet And Exhaust Air Flow, Metal Double Cylinder Design, Oil Filled Permanent Magnets, Quick Inflation, Metal 12V Air Compressor Pump
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What buyers say about GSPSCN Silver Tire Inflator Heavy Duty Double Cylinders with Portable Bag
It has a deep rumble as opposed to a high pitched scream, and it is advertised as long as others, which is why I don't think it is obnoxiously loud.
The unit is small and light, and works well plugged into a cigarette lighter, so it's always a good idea to keep your engine running while you use the pump.
The old pump was digital and off by 15-20 psi so I had to stop and check with a different gauge for accurate pressure.
He was very excited when I told him that I could use my new rim compressor for the first time. I used it several times now and am very happy with it.
The compressor ran normally despite the air hose getting hot at the stem. I had a minor issue with an accessory and contacted the seller via Amazon and it was solved the same day.
Has anyone plugged this into a regular cigarette lighter in a car or truck?
I advise you to not plug into a cigarette/power l port for safety precautions, as described in the bragging notes.
I need to know if this will inflate my tires to 110psi.
You need a real compressor to fill above 50psi. I have an econoline van that requires approx. 75 to 80 psi., the van tires just sit there and laugh!
I don't know where to look for a new 25 Amp fuse.
I had to replace the sockets because they had a fusible link built in that can't be changed.
Is it possible for this to inflate travel trailer tires to 80psi?
I don't know if it will or not, I just received my inflator and haven't used it yet, I have no vehicles that need to be inflated over 45psi.
Do you have to watch it until it gets to the desired tire pressure, or can it be pre adjusted?
The pressure wash rod needs to be pried quickly.