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Slime 5-Gallon Portable Air Tank EXPIRED

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Advance Auto Parts has Slime 5-Gallon Portable Air Tank for $10.55. Before purchase, to earn 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback at Advance Auto Parts, follow the instructions below. Store pickup is free where stock permits.

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Features:
  • Easy to read dial pressure gauge (0-125 psi)
  • Displays psi and bar
  • Industrial construction air hose (36" long) with integrated air chuck
  • On/Off air adjustment knob
  • Standard fill stem screws into air source of your choice
  • Safety air release ring opens pressure bypass valve to drain tank
  • Durable steel construction
  • Convenient built-in carrying handle
  • Great for the workshop, camping, yard and field work and more!

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Slime 5 Gallon Portable Air Tank

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BuyGuy12 asked this question on 09-24-2021 at 11:37 AM
09-24-2021 at 11:37 AM
The "out of the box" case is that you connect it to an air-compressor, get it to full pressure then you top-off tires on vehicles that are out of your compressor's hose reach.

Other uses could be using it as an aux or extender tank for a smaller compressor: i.e. if you have a 2-3 gallon compressor, you will soon realize that most air-tools (not even high flow impact wrenches) will out-pace the compressor pump. A larger tank gives your compressor some "buffer" to work with.
09-24-2021 at 11:37 AM
For me, this is a perfect time saver for using air nailers (trim, etc) in my house instead of having to lug my large compressor out of the garage and leading a long air line through a door or window
09-24-2021 at 11:38 AM
My dad had one of these instead of an air compressor when I was growing up. He'd fill it at the gas station and we'd use it around the house to top up balls, bike tires, tubes we pulled behind the boat, and even the occasional riding mower, boat trailer, or car tire. We had land we owned with no electrical service and he brought it up in the back of his truck all the time to top up our old farm tractor and horse trailer tires. I wish they were in stock in my area at this price. I'd grab one in a heartbeat.
09-24-2021 at 11:38 AM
If you need to air up a tire in the field, but you don't(or can't) want to lug an air compressor out there. It can come in handy, but you do need an air compressor to charge it up. This is just for transport, and storage of compressed air.
AegisX asked this question on 09-25-2021 at 07:26 AM
09-25-2021 at 08:36 AM
Yes,it is just a storage tank. You would have to fill it from an air source, such as a compressor or local gas station. I don't know if it would hold sufficient air to fill a tire or not. They usually have a tire chuck on the end of the hose for filling tires. If so, you would have to get a different fitting for filling balloons.
09-25-2021 at 09:44 AM
Yes you would be able to fill a tire. It's purpose is to be able to have a portable air storage while on the go. You fill this tank and inflate a tire or tires depending how much each tire would need. There may be other fittings for it to fill balloons and balls but I am not 100%.
hyuken asked this question on 09-25-2021 at 12:15 PM
09-25-2021 at 02:45 PM
Months. Until moisture in the air rusts the tank or a seal dries out.

You probably shouldn't keep it full for weeks on end but you could if you really needed to.
BuddyLove99 asked this question on 09-27-2021 at 12:00 PM
09-27-2021 at 12:00 PM
Have this unit and mine will drop from 70psi to 50 overnight and down to nothing in 2-3 days. Friend has an older one from another vendor, basically identical, and his will hold some charge for 4-5 days

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If you need to air up a tire in the field, but you don't(or can't) want to lug an air compressor out there. It can come in handy, but you do need an air compressor to charge it up. This is just for transport, and storage of compressed air.
For me, this is a perfect time saver for using air nailers (trim, etc) in my house instead of having to lug my large compressor out of the garage and leading a long air line through a door or window
Or just move your MTB to your compressor...

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Seem to be in stock in my area. Ordered one for in store pickup.
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Dang. Not available hereabouts. Excellent price. Repped.
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Actually showed to have one in stock at a local store at this price, so we'll see if it's actually there. Will report back...
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none in my area (socal), what are these used for? Can I fill this up and then fill up my SUP? Not sure there would be enough air but maybe?
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what are the use cases for this? what else would you need to invest in to use it?
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Try it and see
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what are the use cases for this? what else would you need to invest in to use it?
If you need to air up a tire in the field, but you don't(or can't) want to lug an air compressor out there. It can come in handy, but you do need an air compressor to charge it up. This is just for transport, and storage of compressed air.
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what are the use cases for this? what else would you need to invest in to use it?
Air horns !!!! Bwwuuuuuup
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Wish it was in stock, would be perfect for setting up mtb tires as tubeless.
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Wish it was in stock, would be perfect for setting up mtb tires as tubeless.
Or just move your MTB to your compressor...
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This is not a air compressor
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Just grabbed one, no idea what for though 😁
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