Tyre inflator

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When towing the rear tyres need to be inflated to 3.5bar and fronts to 3.2bar. Our current Ring 600 struggles to get to this pressure. Can any one recommend a good compressor that should get to this sort of pressure without too much hassle?
 
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Buckman said:
When towing the rear tyres need to be inflated to 3.5bar and fronts to 3.2bar. Our current Ring 600 struggles to get to this pressure. Can any one recommend a good compressor that should get to this sort of pressure without too much hassle?

Look at T Max as used by off roading vehicles.
 
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T Max looks okay but cannot see teh amps it draws as will be using the 12v in the car and do not want to blow a fuse.
 
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I bought one for £10 in the COOP. It works but is very slow. It is basically a back up though, as I use the local garage before setting off in the hope their gauge is better than mine.
 
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Buckman said:
T Max looks okay but cannot see teh amps it draws as will be using the 12v in the car and do not want to blow a fuse.
Don’t know the amps but I used one on a 1995 Pajero that I used for off road. It ran from the Mitsubishi rear and front sockets.
 
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I have a ring one that's all singing and dancing auto cut off digital etc But the Ho know's I like gadgets and bought me the one aldi was selling last wk it's 12v and has li-ion battery good for 3hr and auto cut off plus it will inflate up to 6bar/87psi, 3yr warranty worth a look
Ps its for xmas and secret had to test it :whistle: and is now packed a way as new in her secret place ;) :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:
 

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