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Old 02-10-2020, 07:31 PM   #1
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cordless air pump

Anybody carry something like this. Just saw this on FakeBook. So I can't say how ligite it is. But it looks like it would easily fit in a motorcycle tool kit. Not the one that comes with the bike, but the ones most riders build for themselves.

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Old 02-11-2020, 09:31 AM   #2
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The only thing I consider cordless and reliable is the compressed air little tanks
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But here is what it looks like the same one you were asking for a bit cheaper
$54.99
https://www.lasaver.com/products/wir...smart_campaign
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The only thing I consider cordless and reliable is the compressed air little tanks
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But here is what it looks like the same one you were asking for a bit cheaper
$54.99
https://www.lasaver.com/products/wir...smart_campaign
+1 for compressed air.
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I got one of those compressed air ones @ Walmart but can't seem to find the co2 cartridges where do yall get em
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90 gram CO2 cartridges can we use them?

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I got one of those compressed air ones @ Walmart but can't seem to find the co2 cartridges where do yall get em
Any bicycle shop or where you can buy airgun stuff. Possibly MC shop. Look for the larger cartridges though. The smallest are 12grams, but I've seen them at 20-24grams in a bicycle shop.



Does anyone use a canister like this for your emergency air? It's a 90 gram CO2 cartridge. Not 12 or 20 like most of the small ones.
https://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/Air_V...m_CO2_tank/286
Waiting on a reply from Pyramid Air right now to see if these are compatible with the little CO2 inflator adapters we all carry.
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