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Great to keep in the car... Thanks op
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Great for top offs and slow leaks. Won't fill as quickly as a gas station pump but fine for emergencies and light use.
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Bought a Kobalt the other day based on great reviews and it is fantastic. Just dial in the # and it auto-fills and stops. Totally accurate and much faster than the small one I had that finally broke:

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1...1000092575
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I am in for one, as the built-in compressor on my jump start battery has died. Hope this works better, thanks OP
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Bought a Kobalt the other day based on great reviews and it is fantastic. Just dial in the # and it auto-fills and stops. Totally accurate and much faster than the small one I had that finally broke:

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1...1000092575
I will second this kobalt. Get a 2 cent filler and a 10 off 50 Lowe's 10 off 50 coupon and for 40 bucks you have a great air compressor.
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Bet the first time you fill a truck tire to 50psi it'll get hot and start spitting chunks of magnet out from the motor.
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Bet the first time you fill a truck tire to 50psi it'll get hot and start spitting chunks of magnet out from the motor.
Actually, filling to 50 is no big deal. Bicycle tires are routinely filled to 90-100 psi, car and truck tires are easy.

You can fill a flat car / truck tire with a standard bicycle pump and you'd be surprised how easy it is. It does take a bit of time (5-10min?) because of how much air needs to go in but there is not a lot of resistance which is what would stress out the motor.
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These type of air pumps are junk. Look into the cheaper Viair units.


Been there, done that. Learn from my mistakes.
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These type of air pumps are junk. Look into the cheaper Viair units.


Been there, done that. Learn from my mistakes.
I agree with you completely, however, I need a compressor and this one is on sale now. Additionally, I am an infrequent user of my air compressor and spinning the wheel on this one. Hoping it will hold up to my usage. I got mine today, and noticed a cooling fan on the compressor, so I am hopeful it will hold up. It does have a one year warranty.

I just tried it on a SUV tire from 25-36psi and it was warm to the touch afterwards. It is my belief that overheating kills these smaller compressor units. So, let it cool between cycles.
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Received one today. It broke before the first use and I lost 1-2 psi in the process.
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I will second this kobalt. Get a 2 cent filler and a 10 off 50 Lowe's 10 off 50 coupon and for 40 bucks you have a great air compressor.
Hey where do you get a 10 off 50 Lowe's coupon?
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Hey where do you get a 10 off 50 Lowe's coupon?
Long story short I buy mine off cnusa or ebay. There is a thread on here where it shows you how to make your own but it's not very easy.
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Long story short I buy mine off cnusa or ebay. There is a thread on here where it shows you how to make your own but it's not very easy.
Cool thank you. Tried a friend's kobalt inflator and love it. It'd be sweet for $40ish. Thanks!
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