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I've used it plenty of times, to air my auto tires (from 10 PSI) and moto tires, plus it has a digital gauge and it's cordless, you don't have to worry about cigarette lighter plug-in. Just posted it as another option and because it really works like a gem. When you combine that with other craftsman products the cost is nothing because the battery is interchangeable. They have impact wrenches, drills, saws, etc. Perfect for portable, on-the-go emergency situations.

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This is what I have Craftsman 19.2 volt cordless Inflator and it's lovely.

Haha I'm sure everything is lovely when it doesn't require going to the service station. Some of the reviews do say the price is a bit high, but it is cordless opposed to the slime one. I'll see what they have at walmart
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Haha I'm sure everything is lovely when it doesn't require going to the service station. Some of the reviews do say the price is a bit high, but it is cordless opposed to the slime one. I'll see what they have at walmart
Might have a cord, but it's like 15 feet long and under $25

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Yeah, the price may be high for some people, but when you realize you can use it interchangeably with other craftsmen products, it opens up the pandora's box. Anyways, it was just another suggestion. Enjoy whatever you decide to get.
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I was going to do some comparison shopping today but never made it to walmart. Not that id have time to ride anyway. Had to take my brother to two different sprint stores because he demolished his iPhone.
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I was going to do some comparison shopping today but never made it to walmart. Not that id have time to ride anyway. Had to take my brother to two different sprint stores because he demolished his iPhone.

Tell him to go Android.

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+1 tires pressure

Two things.. I didn't find the answer in User Manual.. what is the proper tires pressure with the passanger at the rear seat?I've heard the tires pressure should be more than with only rider.My passanger is about 55kg.
Can anybody suggest Portable Air Pump to buy(ebay only).I saw it somewhere here in the forum but can not find it.
BTW.Here,in Poland, we used to call "backpack" for passanger :-)

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Sorry to "bump" my post.I need quick answer 'cause I'm gonna ride today with my daughter.And yes,I know there is the sticker on the frame but unfortunately i don't understand it ;-(

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Ernet, I take a passenger quite often and I never add more air just for that. Using 28/32 is just fine. You both will be fine. If you will feel better adding a little, go 30/34 but I see no reason to go higher.

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Ernet, I take a passenger quite often and I never add more air just for that. Using 28/32 is just fine. You both will be fine. If you will better adding a little, go 30/34 but I see no reason to go higher.
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