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Air Compressor? #8741640 11/24/22 05:10 PM
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Need a new compressor for outdoor use. My 1998 $10 Western Auto unit is getting tired. Will use for camper tires, UTV tires & truck tires. Want to buy a quality unit.

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Re: Air Compressor? [Re: Reloder28] #8741685 11/24/22 06:13 PM
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If you have cordless tools, look at the brand you already have batteries for. I have Ridgid tools - and compressor that I use fairly regularly. Works well and fairly fast.


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You want the Milwaukee Fuel battery unit. The M18 unit. I bought one for the RV and now use it on everything. I can bring that great compressor to the vehicle, rather than moving the vehicle to my big barn compressor.


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Originally Posted by 603Country
You want the Milwaukee Fuel battery unit. The M18 unit. I bought one for the RV and now use it on everything. I can bring that great compressor to the vehicle, rather than moving the vehicle to my big barn compressor.

The milwaukee m18 unit is fantastic works great it’s even fan cooled. Get a high output battery will last quite awhile


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Re: Air Compressor? [Re: Reloder28] #8741824 11/24/22 11:53 PM
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My son and I both have VIAIR brand ones and are very happy with them. If you are going to be using 12 volt, give them a look.

Re: Air Compressor? [Re: Reloder28] #8741876 11/25/22 01:46 AM
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I have a 12v oasis in my truck that will run an impact wrench. I have had it 7 years and used it hard blowing out air filters on heavy equipment, airing up tires, even changing a flat on a semi with a 1” gun though it was a slow process. The one I have is the XD4000. I love it. It replaced a 5 hp gas unit and it does everything I want.

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Viair 400p. You won’t find better under $250. I’ve burned up two norther power and tools and an amity. C
Viair is bullet proof I’ve aired up tractor tires with it.


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Thank you for all the input. I chose the Viair 400P.


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