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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2017 9:38 am 
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Keep The whole thing outside the bikes circuits, just get a cordless rechargeable… I have filled both my tires and still have power left, and I’ve done my car tires once and still had power left… It also automatically shuts off at the desired air pressure so there’s no filling, then checking , then filling, then checking, you just hook it up and go.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B019F ... UTF8&psc=1

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2017 11:12 am 
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I bought an SAE plug off eBay, having 10gauge wire with the better insulation, crimped on a fuse and terminals and put longer battery screws in. It's mainly for the battery maintainer, but will power a heated suit, air pump, etc. When the battery maintainer is plugged in I fold up the microfiber cloth stored under the seat and put it between the seat latch and the latch mechanism to keep the seat gasket from putting pressure on the wire coming out of the storage area, which could dent the gasket and ruin the seal.


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I have a option I use a device called Dynaplug.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2017 12:23 pm 
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pcx888 wrote:
I have a option I use a device called Dynaplug.

Woohhhaaa - I like that ...... Much better for sealing the hole than the traditional reamer/plug tool I have !!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQ2xFfXTE4g

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 14, 2017 11:57 am 
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I have the portable pump too. Works awesome. Saved me on several occasions.


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Jge64 wrote:
Keep The whole thing outside the bikes circuits, just get a cordless rechargeable… I have filled both my tires and still have power left, and I’ve done my car tires once and still had power left… It also automatically shuts off at the desired air pressure so there’s no filling, then checking , then filling, then checking, you just hook it up and go.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B019F ... UTF8&psc=1



I’ve got this too. It’s perfect.

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I ran my wire of the Battery tender to the glove box. Drilled a small hole and pulled the cable thru. So clean it also charges my cell phone and bluetooth head set.


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you you wrote:
Jge64 wrote:
Keep The whole thing outside the bikes circuits, just get a cordless rechargeable… I have filled both my tires and still have power left, and I’ve done my car tires once and still had power left… It also automatically shuts off at the desired air pressure so there’s no filling, then checking , then filling, then checking, you just hook it up and go.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B019F ... UTF8&psc=1



I’ve got this too. It’s perfect.


Quick question, how easy is it to fit the pump to the tyre valve? Reason for asking, i have a 240v mini compressor and the (so called) easy fit adaptor is almost impossible to fit to the valve. It takes minutes to top up the pressure due to leakage around the valve connector.

I'm getting old and time is precious :D :D


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The system I use is Dynaplug comes with a hose and Micro pump.


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JohnL wrote:
you you wrote:
Jge64 wrote:
Keep The whole thing outside the bikes circuits, just get a cordless rechargeable… I have filled both my tires and still have power left, and I’ve done my car tires once and still had power left… It also automatically shuts off at the desired air pressure so there’s no filling, then checking , then filling, then checking, you just hook it up and go.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B019F ... UTF8&psc=1



I’ve got this too. It’s perfect.


Quick question, how easy is it to fit the pump to the tyre valve? Reason for asking, i have a 240v mini compressor and the (so called) easy fit adaptor is almost impossible to fit to the valve. It takes minutes to top up the pressure due to leakage around the valve connector.

I'm getting old and time is precious :D :D


Use a one way L valve....I use this one, only when filling, you just need one:

https://www.amazon.com/Topeak-Pressure- ... 8K6XA4NAC7

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That's a nice kit PCX888. Here is the result of my quick 3D model and print from a couple months back. It could be much better, buy I'm not going to bother.


Gil


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Gil wrote:
That's a nice kit PCX888. Here is the result of my quick 3D model and print from a couple months back. It could be much better, buy I'm not going to bother.


Gil


Nice setup too.


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JohnL wrote:
you you wrote:
Jge64 wrote:
Keep The whole thing outside the bikes circuits, just get a cordless rechargeable… I have filled both my tires and still have power left, and I’ve done my car tires once and still had power left… It also automatically shuts off at the desired air pressure so there’s no filling, then checking , then filling, then checking, you just hook it up and go.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B019F ... UTF8&psc=1



I’ve got this too. It’s perfect.


Quick question, how easy is it to fit the pump to the tyre valve? Reason for asking, i have a 240v mini compressor and the (so called) easy fit adaptor is almost impossible to fit to the valve. It takes minutes to top up the pressure due to leakage around the valve connector.

I'm getting old and time is precious :D :D



Works perfectly.

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