But those LeSabre tires are not 33” or 35” MT/AT tires.I have the Ridgid 18v tire inflator, I never did a stop watch test. But it did fill four completely flat tires on my uncles '74 LeSabre with one 4aH battery, and old killed half the battery. I will say it was fairly quick because I did get two done by tge tine he came back outside with his compressor and a beer. I have a dual charger hook up in my truck that comes in handy too. I will be brain storming where it will get mounted up when i get my Bronco.
Y'all quick to dismiss the powertool battery inflators for the onboard air. Can the onboard air system chuck up to a sawzall and help clear the low hanging branches on the trail?
Since I have a 2019 Ranger, I looked in the engine bay and mocked up a location. There will always be some relocation of wire looms or what not.Have you seen the under hood pictures? I don't know if it has room its stuffed..
True, but dead flat. Zero PSI to 45PSI x 4, on 27's(thats just an estimate for some 47 year old balloon tires) is probably pretty close to the same capacify to a 33/35 @ 15PSI to full. The DeWalt is a multitool of application inflating, a dedicated tire inflator probably has a bit more focused design.But those LeSabre tires are not 33” or 35” MT/AT tires.