|Cylinder Stroke (In.)||41|
|Max. Pressure (PSI)||0 to 70|
|Max. Handle Effort (Lbs.)||250|
|For Use With||Automotive Tires, Trailer Tires, Bike Tires, Air Mattresses, Inflatable Rafts, Boats|
|Includes||21" Hose, Valve Quick Connector, 1 3/4" Diameter Steel Barrel, Long-Life Leather Piston, Grip Handles, Large Stable Foot Base|
Average Product Rating: 1.7based on 3 reviews
Poor PumpTuesday, October 25, 2011
Once the hose clamp is attached to the air valve it is impossible to push the pump handle down
The red color
One NOT for the RoadTuesday, January 25, 2011
The wheels on my car leak such that I never know when I will get a flat tire. To help cope with this problem I bought this pump. It worked very well the first time. It was easy to pump and had lots of volume. The problem was with the 17 inch wheels, that's a lot of pumping. That is so much pumping that the check valve got hot and fused together such that no air would go in or out. I have to add that this is the fourth kind of pump that I have tried, I'm looking for the pump I had 50 years ago. It worked until the leather wore out, then I put new leather in and kept pumping. I guess that designers forgot how to make a reliable pump.
Good volume and reasonable price.
The checkvalve, hose, and chuck need serious help.
Maxair Pumps...Hope They Stay TogetherFriday, January 14, 2011
Ordered 5 of these for Road Hazard bags I gave as Christmas presents. Used my wifes a couple of days ago on the road when her Civic computer flashed the 'low tire' warning. Turns out all 4 tires needs a few pounds; well I topped them off but not without problems. First, the end cap by the handle popped out; put it back in and kept pumping. Then on the next tire the end cap at the base popped out; put it back in and kept pumping. The good news was that niether malfunction caused the tire to lose air! I have warned all my gift recipients to just 'put the end cap back in and keep pumping'!
Pumps the tire fast; about 5 pumps per pound.
The end caps should stay put.