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Old 09-06-2016, 07:20 PM   #11
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X2. Paid $299 on Amazon. I've used it several times and it works great. Took my G-rated tires from 90 psi to 110 in about one min. per tire. On the expensive side, but it does what it is supposed to do and I have peace of mind knowing it's there. Highly recommended.
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Old 09-07-2016, 12:40 PM   #12
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Viair simply makes great stuff. I suggested the 300p because its large enough without being "too big".

Personally, I went with the "On board air" route, with a 400C compressor, and a 2.5 gallon reserve tank.
I can use it to fill tires with a quick coupler and air hose, or, and its primary function, uses a leveling valve designed to operate the air suspension on nearly all highway trucks and trailers to operate the helper bags in order to maintain a level ride no matter (within reason) what kind of pin weight I have.

The most expensive option to be sure, but one that is well worth it when you consider the increase in stability, never blinding others with your headlights pointed up into the sky and repairing a flat tire with a plug kit and a hose.
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Old 09-19-2016, 07:29 AM   #13
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The PORTER-CABLE CMB15 150 PSI is the one I have been looking at. I had a problem this past week attempting to put a few pounds in the tires. The old "tire inflator" I have pumped for about 5 mins and after a whole 2 lbs it started smoking and stopped working. Figured it is time to upgrade.
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Went with the viair 90p wich is good enough for what I do and i'm very happy it , not problem getting my tires at 100psi

Got it for less than 100$ CND
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I see that the Viair ones that are suggested are all powered by cigarette lighter or battery cable. Are these long enough to reach the trailer tires? Would I need an extension of some sort?
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I see that the Viair ones that are suggested are all powered by cigarette lighter or battery cable. Are these long enough to reach the trailer tires? Would I need an extension of some sort?
No they are not long enough. I use booster cables to reach all tires and I use the 5ver battery.

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