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Old 01-11-2013, 12:57 PM   #518
motobiko
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Location: Colstrip, Montana
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Originally Posted by tommu56 View Post

in searchng for picture i found this one


  • High-power 12 volt 300 PSI air compressor
  • 8′ main harness power cord – 8’/240cm
  • Power connection w/ fuse- alligator Clips– 18”/45cm
  • Power connection w/ fuse- lighter Adapter – 14”/35cm
  • Power connection w/ fuse- direct Pre-Wire – 14”/35cm
  • Air hose with quick-clip – 18”/45cm
  • Tire pressure pencil gauge, 10-50psi
  • Rugged carrying case – 6”H x 6″W x 2.25″D
  • Complete instructions
  • Compressor measurements: 4″H x 3.5″W x 2″D
  • Kit weight: 2.2lbs (approx)
I think ill be on the look out for one of these ~~~~$30.00


tom

When i ride long distances i take my Slime air pump, and while they take a few minutes to air a tire up, they still beat a hand pump. Changed a few tires on the road on my klr with it. The case is real small, doesnt take up very much room. I just plug it in to the cigarette light i installed, and 4-5 minutes later the tire is aired up. It doesnt put out a ton of air pressure, but i found with some lube on the tire, the beads seat just fine. Amazon.com has them for $30.11 with free shipping. A must for any epic adventure.



Great ride report Nomadgal. I just started reading along and it sounds like quite the adventure. The klr is my bike of choice as well. A cheap way to conquer the world, thats for sure.
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