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post #1 of 6 Old Nov 29th, 2006, 11:15 am Thread Starter
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Something to fill the space left by a Canisterectomy

About $4.00 - free shipping(?!), from Office Depot

DC12V 250/300PSI.
Power: 100W
Diameter of cylinder: 19mm

http://www.officedepot.com/ddSKU.do?...cartEntryId=46

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If you only get what you pay for you may wonder about the quality,
of course at the price of a can of fixaflat if it blows up one tire it's paid for itself


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Don't forget to add in the additional cost/labor for a longer hose.

"Inflates an ordinary car tire in 7 minutes (>30PS)"

That statement's a little scary as well. Wonder if it'll run for 7 minutes without burning up. Man, that would suck. I'll stick with my over-priced Thompson.
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i carry this one: http://www.mandp.co.uk/productInfo.aspx?catRef=534216

much smaller and no motor to bust, probably quicker to use also.
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[QUOTE=messenger13]Don't forget to add in the additional cost/labor for a longer hose.

Not only that but the cost of the adapter cord to convert the cig. socket to fit the BMW socket

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I've got a little air pump similar to that. It was a little more expensive, but I don't think it cost as much as $20.00. I got it at Wal-Mart and it works like a charm. I took the cigarette lighter plug off, and replaced them with a set of alligator clips. I've used and abused that little thing for years, and it's still going strong. Even the built in pressure gage is pretty accurate.
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