Reviewed By manny v (Mountain Lakes, NJ) Reviewed for a 2005 BMW X5 —6/19/2015 12:33 PM
Comes very handy and adequate light for car breakdown or home application.
Reviewed By William K (Arlington, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-250 —6/18/2015 9:08 PM
After reading the installation instructions, I decided the best place to install the system was in the truck bed. The system was assembled on a 8 inch by 12 inch aluminum plate and mounted to the front bulkhead of the bed on the driver side. The wires were run to the engine compartment and connected accordingly. The +12 volt wire via 15 amp fuse was connected to upfitter switch #1. This makes it easy to check everything except air bag connections without getting under truck.
Reviewed By JEFFREY B (Marlborough, MA) —6/2/2015 12:11 PM
I've owned and used (and worn out) numerous portable small compressors over the years (I'm 66). I must say that the VIAIR 85P is the best small compressor I've ever used. It is light in weight but operates very quickly and reasonably quietly. I would recommend it to anyone who needs a small portable compressor for their automobile.
When it comes to do-it-yourself automotive repair, one of the most misunderstood and daunting repairs is the brake system. Not only are there a lot of parts and components to contend with and a ton of mystery behind the mechanics of it, but brakes are hands-down the most essential safety feature on any vehicle—so you don’t wanna mess it up. Which is why the questions we see more than any others are always about how to bleed your brakes.
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