Air may be everywhere, but no one’s lungs are strong enough to suck it in and blow it out into their tires. Unfortunately, when you’re rolling around on the trail, that’s exactly what you need—the ability to re-inflate your rubbers after you’ve softened them up for extra grip on slippery sand, rocky paths and loose soil. With the T-Max Portable Air Compressor, you’re always ready to fill up your flats for a comfortable drive home.
Whether you’re running small rims on a quad or fat bolognas on a Wrangler, the T-Max Portable Air Compressor has plenty of gusto to inflate anything. It exhales at a full 50lpm at 30psi and doesn’t top out until it hits 150psi. With that kind of wind power, you can also power air tools and keep pool toys floating.
With the T-Max Portable Air Compressor, you don’t need to haul along a generator to fire it up. It runs off your rig’s 12V system, connecting securely with the included battery cables. You also get a 6’ high-pressure air hose, a pressure gauge, and a burly carrying bag to hold everything. Plus, it’s backed by a 1-year warranty.
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Asked by Nathan C.
Jun 06, 2012 1:40 PM
1. What this the duty cycle of this Compressor? 2. How many amps does it pull? 3. Does it have a thermal shut down switch? 4. Does it have its own fuse? 5. How long is the coil hose? Thanks!
Asked by Joe B.
Dec 26, 2011 4:09 PM
According to the description above, this unit comes with a 6 foot air hose. How do can you reach the back tires when flat ?