Looking for a good garage air compressor capable of inflating my tires in a reasonable amount of time. Anyone have any product recommendations?
Are you implying that a set of 100 screwdrivers for $10.00 isn't a good buy?Also, stay out of Harbor Freight.
It's just that I read about so many people using Chinese junk tools, ruining their fasteners, and then writing that the vehicle manufacturer uses "cheap" fasteners. Especially with allen and torx bolts. There is nothing worse than rounding a fastener because a person tries to save some money and buys an ill fitting tool.Are you implying that a set of 100 screwdrivers for $10.00 isn't a good buy?
I buy from Harbor Freight occasionally, but only when it's something I'll use so infrequently that the quality/dependability trade off is such that I don't mind if it fails after 5 uses because that's 20 years later. Also, we have a store not too far away so I can eyeball the quality before I buy.
If you do not want to buy one I could recommend you to use an air compressor rental - that is what I used when I was inflating my tires. I do not need an air compressor regularly so it doesn't make any sense for me to buy one when it is relatively cheap borrowing one.Looking for a good garage air compressor capable of inflating my tires in a reasonable amount of time. Anyone have any product recommendations?
We have done a fair amount of traveling in the Sky, and trunk volume is (as you know) limited. Anything that can be carried or stored outside of the trunk, or in an unconventional place, makes more room for travel essentials like wine glasses and other picnic gear.Why did you decide not to store it in the trunk John ?