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NorCal FS: longun soft cases, viair 400 compressor

Discussion in 'Northern California' started by bjmoose, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. bjmoose

    bjmoose [OP] Bullwinkle J. Moose

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    For local pickup only at this time. If they don't move locally, I'll put them for sale in the TW marketplace with a new price that includes shipping in the lower 48.

    3 soft long gun cases: $75 for all three (don't really want the hassle of three separate meetings to get twenty five bucks a pop for 'em.)

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    Viair 400 compressor $100. The air pressure gauge on the hose reads pure fiction, but aside from that - it works just great.

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    OverRated Well-Known Member

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    How well does that 400 work?
     
  3. bjmoose

    bjmoose [OP] Bullwinkle J. Moose

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    I'm happy with the 400's performance. I don't recall the exact timing per tire, but I'd air up all four of my 285/70R17 tires from around 12-14 psi to around 32 psi without it shutting down due to overheating.

    I don't really think my ARB HO compressor is probably any faster per tire - but since it's permanently mounted it's more convenient.
     
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