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Old 04-14-2010, 08:13 PM   #21
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no, i dont put air in every ride. i just like to have quarters on me before i go out to the bike. i dont feel like running back into the house if i find out im low on air. just like to be prepared. if i dont use the quarters on air, i end up using it on a snack during the ride...
Get a tire gauge for the house. Check the air before you leave. Just a thought
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Old 04-14-2010, 08:39 PM   #22
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I picked up an air compressor with 3 gallon tank at the Sears Parts outlet off Park 10 for $67 just a few weeks ago. Goes up to 120 PSI if I remember correctly. It was a refurb Craftsman but has been working like a champ. I had to go buy the small adapter to fit in there to air up.
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Get a tire gauge for the house. Check the air before you leave. Just a thought

i do have a gauge...i check before i leave...what i meant is i hate having to run back in from the garage to the house....................
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I picked up an air compressor with 3 gallon tank at the Sears Parts outlet off Park 10 for $67 just a few weeks ago. Goes up to 120 PSI if I remember correctly. It was a refurb Craftsman but has been working like a champ. I had to go buy the small adapter to fit in there to air up.
i looked up the one bevo got..that was around 100...$67 is even better
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i use a bicycle pump to air up my tires. it was 25 dollars
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