Which compact 12v inflator for 37" tires?

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That looks like a pretty good inexpensive way to go. I recall Pep Boys sold one like that to good reviews.
 

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This is what I use. I have 37x12.50 tires and it’ll do all four after an air down without issue. Relatively quiet too for what it is. Fits nicely under the back seats in included bag.
 

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I use a Viair portable rated for 33’s on my Jen Too 35’s and it works quite well. A few minutes per tire to go from ~18-22 to street pressures. It does get VERY HOT though, so keep that in mind.
 

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I use the 12v Milwaukee cordless air pump. Works great. One 6amp battery will do all 4 tires going from 20psi to 35psi
 

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ve a much older truck 150 PSI air compressor downstairs that works but haven't had a need to actually use in a long time. I purchased a very small twin compressor from Costco that came in a nylon bag with a switch and fairly nice air gauge on it. It was only $35.00 so I really didn't think much of it but it really fills up the 35" tires about 6lbs. fairly quick and doesn't get very hot.

Really suprized me but I do eventually want to go with Vivair or ARB twin compressor.

Sorry no pictures . Pay attention to specifications as you want one with a high duty cycle.
 

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I have the MasterFlow MF-1050 and it is slow and underpowered to air-up a 35" tire, it will do it but, it takes a long time. I upgraded to the MF-1089 and it's much better I can do 4 35" tires in about 15 minutes, which for the price, is not bad.

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I have the MasterFlow MF-1050 and it is slow and underpowered to air-up even a 35" tire, it will do it but, it takes a long time. I upgraded to the MF-1089 and it's much better I can do 4 35" tires in about 15 minutes, which for the price, is not bad.
Plus the MF-1089 is "on sale" right now...this deal can't be beat! :rolleyes:

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I bought a QuickAir2 30+ years ago. Still have it and use it when off-roading. Great when all 4 tires are deflated. When i have to replace it, I will get the ARB Portable Compressor CKMP12.

For on-payment road trips, I plan on getting a Makita DMP181ZX because I have a lot of Makita cordless tools and battery chargers... For in garage use, I have a Ryobi cpompressor that works great.

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