Lidl air compressor.

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  1. Bailey58

    Bailey58 Funster Life Member

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    Been away so sorry if this has been mentioned lately but ............... before I went I checked the tyre pressures as one does and my old Clarkes compressor let more air out than it put in and I ended up borrowing a tank compressor from a neighbour. My small HD 12v did a good job on the front but doesn't reach the back tyres, yes I know I should buy an extension. Lo and behold Lidl had a 24 litre, 2.5 HP job on offer yesterday for £90. Any thoughts on this, would it manage my 75psi rear tyres without struggling or perhaps a battery jump start with a built in air compressor and/or a 12v socket for my own 12v compressor might be a more useful and portable to boot? :think:
     
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    [BAldi do one. It's the best thing for MH tyres! I can't remember what it cost but I would't have paid that much.



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    Bought one yesterday, did the vans tyres to 70psi easily. It only has a 10metre hose in the box, the pressure gauge and tyre connector is extra. Also bought the impact wrench.
     
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    Thanks, I'll check if they are still in stock today. :)
     
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