Tyre Pump Advice

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  1. Jim et Lou

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    Which tyre compressor, if any, would you buy for the MH.
     
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    Usually have a good Bonaire brand in Costco well priced. There's one in Sheffield but need to be a member or go with one
     
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    Hi, I use a maplins version it is designed to do our tyres at 60 psi plus:Smile: I note its on offer at the moment at about £15 only drawback is the lead may not be long enough for your van, I bought an extension from roadpro which works a treat at £10 a pop
     
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    I also use a Ring RAC900 for my van's tyres - solid dependable piece of kit. :thumb:
     
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    just bought one of the
    Ring Automotive RAC900

    from Amazon ready for our france trip in july....£73.00,,,delivery tuesday...:thumb::thumb:
     
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    good price.. :thumb:

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    I grabbed a digital one from Halfords. Can't remember the number on it but it was the cheapest digital one, and it is great. Pumps up my tires and also my air suspension with no problems.

    It was 20 - 30 quids
     
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    Thank you every one for you advice, it looks like it has to be a Ring.:thumb:
     
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    and the ring one comes with a variety of nozzles and fittings. It will even run small power tools or air brushing. Goes up to something like 200psi if you needed it. They do get hot tho, as its a piston type compressor, so keep kids away. Really is a great tool, even if a bit pricey.:thumb:
     
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