A good tire inflator to keep in trunk?

Fred Pitz

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Mar 20, 2018
5
3
Swanzey, NH
I have a question on tire inflators that is a little off subject, but I need help. Does anyone out there know how to refill the air cylinder for a 1970's collapsible spare tire and what pressure to set it to??????

I sold my M80 last winter, hated to see it go, but it was time for something else.
 

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oldsofb

Royal Smart Person
Supporting Member
Dec 7, 2007
1,126
113
Maryland
I got an Air Hawk Pro one year for Christmas. I've actually used it and it isn't bad. The plug that goes in the cig lighter will get pretty hot by the time your done, so beware of that.

Hutch
 

el camino ss 84

Master Mechanic
Oct 23, 2016
374
43
Nw okc
The one I keep in the trunk of my daily is the kobalt brand tire inflator. It can be plugged into a cigarette lighter and house electric source also. I've had to use it couple of time on side of the road and in the middle of no where with no issues. Definitely recommend it especially if something goes wrong with it take it back to any lowes store.
 

Bonnewagon

Geezer
Thread starter
Sep 18, 2009
8,060
113
Queens, NY
I found the older model Slime inflator on sale. I hope it is as good as the reviews say.
 

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