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    Cool tire pump

    Hey I found this air pump. Works good and doesn’t need power from the bike. https://www.amazon.com/Compressor-In.../dp/B082NLKLMJ

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    That seems to be something worth thinking about. If I read the specifications right it will take up less room than the 12 volt pump I currently carry. It also looks to have enough battery to inflate several tires.

    thanks for the find
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    That looks interesting. Lithium-ion batteries have revolutionized power tools. I rarely use any AC powered tools anymore. I'd be curious to see how well it handles filling a tire as large as the rear on our bikes, because 2000 mAh is much smaller than a typical smartphone battery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audiochris90 View Post
    Hey I found this air pump. Works good and doesn’t need power from the bike. https://www.amazon.com/Compressor-In.../dp/B082NLKLMJ
    You've now hexed the No Frills Rally. Someone will get a flat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmdaniel View Post
    You've now hexed the No Frills Rally. Someone will get a flat...
    I just put a fresh stone on the front. Probably be me.

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    I ordered one of these after your first post and after it arrived I tested it on a completely deflated car tire. I set the pump for 40 psi, attached it to valve on the tire, turned it on and watched it work. It inflated the tire in a few minutes then shut off. I checked the tire pressure with a digital gauge I normally use and the pressure was within one pound. For $40.00 I think it is a great bargain. I am leaving my 12 volt pump at home when I leave for Colorado. Thanks Chris for the heads up.

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    Glad you like it! Wait till you see my cyclechiller. Like A/C for the bike. And they are not 700 bucks anymore. Awesome piece of kit for the heat.

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    Just bought mine. My question is how to strap it down in the saddlebag to keep it in one piece till I need it? Already use the hold down strap in the left bag to hold a tool kit and the owners manual.

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    I ordered the air pump. Thanks for the posting. Looks like a winner! The cooling vest s very interesting especially down here on swampy hot Treasure Coast. Temp and humidity can both be very close to each other so this type of cooling should work well. I have a vest with pockets for four ice packs that works too well. This circulating cold water that you can control seems like a better solution, other than the ice chest and pump assembly...but to stay comfortable and avoid heat stroke it’s a small inconvenience I would think... Gotta think about this one before ordering...cooler or backpack??? Hmmm....

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    I just bought one almost the same, except the one I bought also is a battery jump starter, I have another portable air pump, but it plugs into the lighter, and it blows a fuse on every bike Ive plugged it into.....so I bought the other with the added jump pack

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