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Old 13 June 2019, 01:50   #41
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Originally Posted by GuyC View Post
Pronounced jiggle

Just in case you can't work it out or are plain stupid!

Good invention - takes bloody ages to inflate the SIB with it though.
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Old 13 June 2019, 06:26   #42
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I have something similar to the original item which I almost use with the workshop compressor, so a really useful bit of kit.

Just my experience and in no way intended to cast doubt on others opinions.

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Old 13 June 2019, 06:56   #43
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Originally Posted by luckydr View Post
I use a shop vac reversed with the hose reduced down to a 3/4 inch pvc fitting then increased the diam with electrical tape to make it snug. High voluum low pressure
I have the same but have cutaway all superfluous plastic to make it as compact as possible. I can run it off the inverter in my Camper and top off the pressure with a foot pump if required.

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