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Old 11 October 2008, 12:57   #1
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Non electric pump for high pressure?

I am sure its been done before but if it has I cant seem to find it.

What I am looking for is a pump non electric pump that will inflate my Bombard aerotec 380 and also inflate the hi pressure floor.
Preferably with a guage.

Any ideas?
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Old 11 October 2008, 13:27   #2
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I am sure its been done before but if it has I cant seem to find it.

What I am looking for is a pump non electric pump that will inflate my Bombard aerotec 380 and also inflate the hi pressure floor.
Preferably with a guage.

Any ideas?
Mike
You can buy Scoprega Bravo double action hand/foot air pumps that will inflate to 14 PSI, the ones that have a internal gauge are no good, only read while inflating, are not exact, better buy a spare gauge to read, tap to full recommnended pressure. Intex has same double action air pumps too. Although both comes with 4 spare connectors will not match Halkey Roberts valves diameters, what you can do is join the original Bombard hose, if you have one with Scorprega/Intex hose, using suppy adapters with tape, etc. Will have a much longer air hose which is better specially if having you sib on a trailer. See atached pics.

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One of these will do the job:

http://www.rib-shop.com/product.asp?...For=&PT_ID=127

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If the gauge reading needle hesitation while inflating has not been corrected on the new model, better buy a Bravo with out manometer and a spare universal pressure adapter/manometer. Will have better accurate pressure readings.

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