Inflating the tires


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Dakotaman
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Inflating the tires

Postby Dakotaman » Sat Mar 29, 2014 12:26 pm



I couldn't find any info on what I'm going to ask you guys. What type of air pump, or air compressors do you guys carry along with you. I don't have a lot of room, I've only got the Top Carrier bag. So, the smaller the better for now. I was toying with buying one on sale, and to make it smaller, take the guts out, for space storage. Any input would be appreciated!!!



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Re: Inflating the tires

Postby WingAdmin » Sun Mar 30, 2014 2:24 pm

Dakotaman wrote:I couldn't find any info on what I'm going to ask you guys. What type of air pump, or air compressors do you guys carry along with you. I don't have a lot of room, I've only got the Top Carrier bag. So, the smaller the better for now. I was toying with buying one on sale, and to make it smaller, take the guts out, for space storage. Any input would be appreciated!!!


I carry one of these, it's tiny and works great - slowly, but it works:

http://cyclemax.com/inc/sdetail/mini_ai ... ssor/20842


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Re: Inflating the tires

Postby Dakotaman » Sun Mar 30, 2014 4:47 pm

Thanks Wingadmin. That is a very compact unit for sure. As long as it works, slow or fast!!!


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