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Ncat

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What kind and size tires do you have ? Very nice rig you have there. How long does it take to air up one tire with your compressor and what type is it ?
Hi there,

Thanks, I love this thing!

I am running BFG KM3’s 35x12.5-17. The compressor is a Viair 400P and it does a pretty good job. I think I am probably around 3 minutes a tire from 20psi. I am pleased with the compressor but have plans to upgrade to a permanent mount onboard system in the future with dual compressors :) but one thing at a time!
 
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Hi there,

Thanks, I love this thing!

I am running BFG KM3’s 35x12.5-17. The compressor is a Viair 400P and it does a pretty good job. I think I am probably around 3 minutes a tire from 20psi. I am pleased with the compressor but have plans to upgrade to a permanent mount onboard system in the future with dual compressors :) but one thing at a time!
Thank you for the info. I am in the process of buying tires on Tuesday. I like the KM3 a lot but I think they are overbudget for me (I recently priced them out @ about $240 a tire which doesn't cover tax, mount and balance another $35 or $40 per tire. Buying 5 at a time is a bummer. I need to update to a compress and your is about 5 times faster than what I have (20# air every 20 minutes). Your info serves us all and I appreciate it very much.
 

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thank you i liked it too haha
I really want to know what it is, I cant read the name on the vehicle, and I don't think I have ever seen anything like here in the states.
It looks expensive and a little intimidating !! Is it a 4 wheel drive or all wheel drive ? Clue us in with info please.
 

Ncat

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Thank you for the info. I am in the process of buying tires on Tuesday. I like the KM3 a lot but I think they are overbudget for me (I recently priced them out @ about $240 a tire which doesn't cover tax, mount and balance another $35 or $40 per tire. Buying 5 at a time is a bummer. I need to update to a compress and your is about 5 times faster than what I have (20# air every 20 minutes). Your info serves us all and I appreciate it very much.
My pleasure, it’s great when we can all learn from each other!
 
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scalman

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I really want to know what it is, I cant read the name on the vehicle, and I don't think I have ever seen anything like here in the states.
It looks expensive and a little intimidating !! Is it a 4 wheel drive or all wheel drive ? Clue us in with info please.
ohh you mean car , subaru outback 2001 , 2.5 , 115kw , maybe it looks wierd with those cut bumpers
 
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Lanlubber

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ohh you mean car , subaru outback 2001 , 2.5 , 115kw , maybe it looks wierd with those cut bumpers
Maybe the bumpers do change the appearance that much.. My sis had a 2000 subaru with the boxer engine that was really sweet.
 
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Two of the trailer half of my adventure rig, both in the Borderlands of West Texas earlier this year.

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This is the driver's side, though without the galley counter on or awning out. I had just started to button up camp because extremely high straight-line winds were predicted that night and I was headed out the next morning.


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The passenger/working side of the trailer, with awning and side walls out on the other side to block desert winter winds. Makes it pretty cozy under the awning with a propane fire ring going.


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Two of the trailer half of my adventure rig, both in the Borderlands of West Texas earlier this year.

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This is the driver's side, though without the galley counter on or awning out. I had just started to button up camp because extremely high straight-line winds were predicted that night and I was headed out the next morning.


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The passenger/working side of the trailer, with awning and side walls out on the other side to block desert winter winds. Makes it pretty cozy under the awning with a propane fire ring going.


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Truly a nomadic home on wheels. I dont think you missing anything except the swimming pool and you probably have that folded away somewhere ! :grinning:
 
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