The Smittybilt Air Compressor is ideal for off road vehicles with 35” or larger tires. It can inflate 50% faster than most compressors and includes quick release 24 ft coil hose with E-Z twist brass inflator. The powerful 12-volt motor powers directly from car battery with 10 ft alligator clip power cord making it easy to reach each side of your Wrangler. Air compressor and accessories are conveniently store in the included nylon carry bag.
- Powerful 12-Volt Motor
- Easy Twist Screw-On Brass Inflator Top
- Quick Release 24-Foot Coil Hose
- 10-Foot Power Cord
- Anti-Vibration Rubber Feet
- Can Be Permanently Mounted and Hard-Wired
- Auto-Thermal Cutoff Switch Protects Motor Against Damage
- Built-On Cleanable Air Filter
- Storage Bag Included
- Maximum Airflow: 72 Liters Per Minute
- Maximum Voltage: 13.8 Volts
- Maximum Amperage Draw at 120 Psi
- Maximum Restart Pressure: 150 Psi
- Maximum Operating Temperature: 140 Degrees Fahrenheit
- Minimum Operating Temperature: 4 Degrees Fahrenheit
- Maximum Continuous Cycle Time (Duty Cycle): 40 Minutes at 40 Psi at 75 Degrees Fahrenheit
- Integrated 150 PSI: Easy To Read Pressure Gauge
- Rapid Air Deflator
The R.A.D from Smittybilt gives you the precision you need by using a calibrating dial with 1PSI increments. The easy to read 0-60 PSI 2" gauge lets you air down in seconds while giving an accurate reading to get your Jeep ready for you adventure off road.
- Heavy Duty Air Compressor
- Storage Bag
- Heavy Duty Easy Clip Connectors
- Quick Release Coil Hose
- 3 Easy Needle Adapters
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Smittybilt Heavy Duty Air Compressor with Rapid Air Deflator Reviews
Been holding up well long term, saved me a couple times carrying this.
I’ve practiced with this a few times now on 2 vehicles, no use off-road just yet. Sturdy build, overkill power for my 33s and works great. Might be a 1-2 psi off on pressure reading measured against other gauges but which gauge is correct? Very pleased with product. Like the ability to later mount as onboard air.
Works well. no issues so far.