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    Default Re: Recommended compact tyre pump that can be plugged into 4x4

    Quote Originally Posted by dnk8n View Post
    Hi,

    I am new to the world of 4x4ing.

    I am due to drive from Cape Town to Mozambique. I need to be able to let the tyres down for sand riding and then to be able to pump it up again.

    I am patient, if it takes 2min per tyre, I can live with that. Want something small but more importantly, robust.

    I found this pump on Gumtree. Anyone know if it's rubbish or if it could do the job? Everything I see looks like knock off rubbish. Where are some good places to look? Happier to buy something decent but second hand if possible.

    And on a similar note, any tyre repair kit and tool recommendations?

    Thank you.
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    Default Re: Recommended compact tyre pump that can be plugged into 4x4

    Quote Originally Posted by incrediblebob View Post
    I've got a spare ARB that I am willing to sell......
    I might be keen...

    Model? Price?

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    Default Re: Recommended compact tyre pump that can be plugged into 4x4

    Quote Originally Posted by incrediblebob View Post
    I've got a spare ARB that I am willing to sell......
    If SAND is not taking, then can I be 2nd in line.
    Model & price please
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    Default Re: Recommended compact tyre pump that can be plugged into 4x4

    Midas currently has a special on 160l moto-quip compressors for R1459.00. I purchased one over the weekend.

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    Default Re: Recommended compact tyre pump that can be plugged into 4x4

    I would never look at anything smaller than 160L. Tommorrow you go to 31" or 32" tyres and the poor thing starts suffering. Go to 33" or bigger and you are sitting a loooong time waiting for the tyre to get to a decent pressure. From a 245(29") to a 31" takes virtually 70% longer to inflate with the obvious heat issues with 4 wheels to inflate. And then I only inflate to 1.8bar on the 31s or 33s compared to 2.4 on the 245s. Mine had an overload box on the cable, that would often trip on the last wheel in high temperature environments. And Jakes is right, let the engine run, or you will be reaching for jumpers.
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    Default Re: Recommended compact tyre pump that can be plugged into 4x4

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul#25 View Post
    I have a 160 l/min compressor from Adendorff that works like a dream. It looks identical to the units sold at the "outdoor" type shops but costs a lot less. This is used in conjunction with my INDE-FLATE kit. Any compressor giving less than 160 l/min is a waste and will pack up quickly because it's been over worked. Rather buy the correct kit first time round as it will work out cheaper in the long run.
    https://www.adendorff.co.za/product/...flating-tyres/
    http://www.indeflate.co.za/
    Agree!

    Just keep your engine running!

    I fitted a Quick Release Air Chuck for ease and speed.

    https://www.4x4direct.co.za/tyre-car...air-chuck.html
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