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Thu Aug 19, 2010 11:47 am

You do not always realize what you have until you've used it a couple of times.

I have a 72l/min Moto Quip compressor, I've used it a couple of times but always felt I should have bought a bigger one maybe 96 or 120l/min.

However on Saturday my compressor saw plenty opportunity to inflate a few tyres of different sizes. I walked away much more impressed and satisfied with it. Not going to be looking at larger compressors that much more.

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Thu Aug 19, 2010 11:52 am

They all get the job done it all depends on how long you are willing to wait :twisted: :twisted:

I've got one of these two piston jobies (T-Max) and I can reinflate all my tyres to standard pressure where some can only manage to reinflate one.
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I saw at 4x4Megaworld you now get a 160L one.... Mmmhhhh... guess which one I'm getting should my current one pack up :twisted: :twisted:
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Thu Aug 19, 2010 11:56 am

Heinrich,

Net soos jy daarso se. Daai units is glad nie sleg nie. Ek self het so 5 jaar terug vir my 'n Volcano gekoop met ek dink 'n 70lt/min flowrate. Ek het daai unit al baie laat werk en hy pomp 4 31 duim tyres heel gemaklik op van .05 bar tot by 2.3 bar.

Die nuwe dual heads en dinge is nice, maar hulle is lomp om te pak. Die Fortuner het een van hulle in en hy is vinnig, maar te groot na my sin.
CasKru wrote:Mmmhhhh... guess which one I'm getting should my current one pack up :twisted: :twisted:
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Thu Aug 19, 2010 12:02 pm

Dit is hierdie ene wat ek het. Hy pomp van 1.2bar tot 3.0bar redelik vinnig. Inteendeel het al bande gepomp langs man met so fensie dual head kompressor, ons het selfde tyd begin, en selfde tyd opgepak.
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Thu Aug 19, 2010 12:04 pm

Cassie, ek verstaan wat jy bedoel. Ek oorweeg om hom te komplimenteer met hierdie ene.

Dan installeer ek ene so semi-permanent daar voor onder die bonnet.
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Traveler wrote:Cassie, ek verstaan wat jy bedoel. Ek oorweeg om hom te komplimenteer met hierdie ene.

Dan installeer ek ene so semi-permanent daar voor onder die bonnet.
Het nog al die pad die selfde idee maar ek wil myne iewers anders as onder die bonnet sit. Die een wat ek nou het is wel so bietjie bulky om maklik iewers te maak werk :(
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Thu Aug 19, 2010 12:13 pm

daai 160l sal heeltemal te bulky wees vir my plan, ek het hom al gemeet.
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CasKru wrote:They all get the job done it all depends on how long you are willing to wait :twisted: :twisted:

I've got one of these two piston jobies (T-Max) and I can reinflate all my tyres to standard pressure where some can only manage to reinflate one.
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I saw at 4x4Megaworld you now get a 160L one.... Mmmhhhh... guess which one I'm getting should my current one pack up :twisted: :twisted:
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Daai geel meneer is nie te sleg nie, het vandag n vriend se D3 (tank) opgelig.
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Fri Oct 15, 2010 8:40 pm

Something that makes me wonder .... from the cheapies right through to the more expensive / top of the range units, most of them have those damn silly 'screw on' valve attachments rather than the quicker / less hassle clip on attachment. Wonder why? Is it better ... less leakage? Just cheaper to supply? What? :scratch: :eh:
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Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:23 pm

Jislaaik ouens...maar daai T-Max wat Cassie graag wil he en daai Auto Quip wat Heinrich graag wil he lyk darm baie na aan mekaar...Net die kleur wat verskil...
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Sat Oct 16, 2010 7:43 am

En die sticker :lol: Ek moet self n nuwe een kry.Myne het opgepak na drie keer se gebruik :thumbdown: Hy pomp nou wiele af,nie meer op nie :shock: Hoe goed is daai wat hulle by Outdoor Warehouse verkoop?
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Sat Oct 16, 2010 8:33 am

Ek het daardie 160l/min enetjie gekoop na myne gesteel is deur 'n mede hilux eienaar :evil: ( gelukkig is hy nie op die forum nie) :thumbup: en ek moet erken daardie pomp hou jou wakker :thumbup: . Hy klink soos 'n V8 en pomp ook soos een.
Ek het gewoonlik die pomp opgesit en dan sommer gaan praat met die manne en terug gekom en ander wiel begin pomp, maar daai pompie is gans te vinnig.
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Jan, baie bly jy is ook tevrede. Myne is steeds vir my goud werd.
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Wed Aug 22, 2012 3:45 pm

Die Motoquip 160l/m is nou R999....is dan 'n beter opsie as die Tmax teen R1350?

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Stef wrote:Die Motoquip 160l/m is nou R999....is dan 'n beter opsie as die Tmax teen R1350?
Verseker. Dit is dieselfde item in 'n ander kleur.

Of jy kan hom dalk by Midas kry vir nog minder.
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Wed Aug 22, 2012 4:51 pm

Ekt self 'n T-max 160l/min, en met 33's is hy koning.

Die probleem met hierdie R199/399/499 kompressors, is dat hulle nie bearing'tjies het op die "crank" wat die pistontjie dryf nie. Hulle kan nie regtig die pak vat om 4 bande direk na mekaar te pomp nie. Partykeer word op die pomp aangedui wat die rus periode is tussen pompe.
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Stef wrote:Die Motoquip 160l/m is nou R999....is dan 'n beter opsie as die Tmax teen R1350?
Verseker. Dit is dieselfde item in 'n ander kleur.

Of jy kan hom dalk by Midas kry vir nog minder.
Ek's happy, baie happy met my T-Max geel masjien :mrgreen:

Ek sal graag wil weet waar mens van daai clip-on valves kry :beg:

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Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:27 am

So gaan ek toe nou gister OWH toe om die rooi weergawe vd Tmax te gaan koop teen R999....

hulle is nou weer R1199 :blackeye: maar die uitverkoping is nog aan die gang(net nie op kompressors nie). Die personeel was ook in geen bui om 'n plan te maak nie...

So nou gaan ek maar die gele koop by Mega vir R150 meer, ten minste kry mens 'n sak by en Tmax dra die waarborg...

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Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:35 am

OOOOMS wrote: Ek's happy, baie happy met my T-Max geel masjien :mrgreen:

Ek sal graag wil weet waar mens van daai clip-on valves kry :beg:
Hy werk mooi daai outjie ;-) Praat jy van die wat op die tyre valve clip ipv skroef? Dink mens moet maar een van daai cheapo inflators by Makro of so koop en net so gebruik of die clip-on maar net afhaal om op die Tmax kit te maak pas.

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Stef wrote:
OOOOMS wrote: Ek's happy, baie happy met my T-Max geel masjien :mrgreen:

Ek sal graag wil weet waar mens van daai clip-on valves kry :beg:
Hy werk mooi daai outjie ;-) Praat jy van die wat op die tyre valve clip ipv skroef? Dink mens moet maar een van daai cheapo inflators by Makro of so koop en net so gebruik of die clip-on maar net afhaal om op die Tmax kit te maak pas.
Ja die clip-on, clip off tiepe :wink2: Dis baie makliker, hopelik net so effektief :?: Die skroef goed mors met my drink tyd :twisted:

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Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:42 am

Sal bietjie oë gooi hier...dalk loop ek iets raak :thumbup:

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Stef wrote:Sal bietjie oë gooi hier...dalk loop ek iets raak :thumbup:
Fanks man, waardeer :thumbup:

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I got this at Builders... werk lekker :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Royco wrote:I got this at Builders... werk lekker :thumbup: :thumbup:
Great tx! I will just need the front part (clip thingy) but the whole thing will prob. be fine also.

Sorry stupid question, what happens if the compressor is running and you don't press the handle?

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Thu Aug 23, 2012 9:02 am

The compressor complains!!
That is a hassel, and after 4 tyres, my hand can barely open... :shifty:
It's a pain (pun), but so quick to check the pressure while inflating :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Royco wrote:The compressor complains!!
That is a hassel, and after 4 tyres, my hand can barely open... :shifty:
It's a pain (pun), but so quick to check the pressure while inflating :thumbup: :thumbup:
OK tx, thought as much, prob/ not to good then in the long run :wink2:

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Bought a similar one as Roy posted, but with the nozzle at the front same as you get at the garage inflators. R120 @ Midas.
BUUUTT, when I checked it out quickly yesterday and just connected it as is to the tyre to check the pressure reading compared to my other gauge, I could hear air escaping, and it felt like it was from the valve you push in when pulling the lever. Will do further investigation, possibly user error :)

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Tsa wrote:Bought a similar one as Roy posted, but with the nozzle at the front same as you get at the garage inflators. R120 @ Midas.
BUUUTT, when I checked it out quickly yesterday and just connected it as is to the tyre to check the pressure reading compared to my other gauge, I could hear air escaping, and it felt like it was from the valve you push in when pulling the lever. Will do further investigation, possibly user error :)

I have one of those, found it to be more of a hassle than the clip on (during my kart racing days, especially when beading tyres onto rims).
OOOOMS wrote:OK tx, thought as much, prob/ not to good then in the long run :wink2:
With the one in the pic the rubber hose can be unscrewed from the 'gun'. Just get an aadpter to match wit the Tmax setup :thumbup: Or remove the trigger valve & plug the hole; although, I like to use mine as a deflator as well

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Next on my list is a compressor, thinking of going for the Moto Quip 160L which Makro sells, what do you guys think? Any feedback? Either positive or negative, or is there another brand to consider? :think:
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Tue Oct 01, 2013 9:32 pm

Tumi,

I got one at Midas, same thing..diffrent badge for R850 (a year ago). Outdoor WH sell the Motoquip 160l @ R1250 somewhere. Mine is an Autogear...looks exactly the same and the same as the T-max by the way...so far no hassles with it yet.

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Thumelo got mine from 4x4 direct almost a year ago and used it lots. It works like a charm. Go for it.. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:46 am

Quick question, do you need to oil these compressors in any way or how does the lubrication in the piston works? Sorry, don't want to hijack this thread!

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Rukia wrote:Quick question, do you need to oil these compressors in any way or how does the lubrication in the piston works? Sorry, don't want to hijack this thread!
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Rukia wrote:Quick question, do you need to oil these compressors in any way or how does the lubrication in the piston works? Sorry, don't want to hijack this thread!
:naah: Sealed units AFAIK

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Wed Oct 02, 2013 4:11 pm

I was also looking around for the 160 litre - going price in the region of R1400. Was at Midas last week and they have them on special at R999.
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We have them for R999
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Fri Oct 04, 2013 6:54 pm

:mrgreen: mine to a T...just the spec. sticker that's different....

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