Advanced Air Systems Advanced Air Systems AASTIG 8200 Heavy Duty Tire Inflator System P2513921TAW-AASTIG-8200 Advanced Air Systems AASTIG 8200 Heavy Duty Tire Inflator System 2513921 1.80lbs 2.60 8.10 10.50
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Advanced Air Systems AASTIG-8200 Heavy-Duty Tire Inflator System

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Manufacturer Part Number: AASTIG-8200

  • Compatible with Powertank Systems
  • Easy to use on-off thumb trigger
  • 0-60 PSI

This is our most popular tire inflator model for the offroad market and is the one you want for your car if your tire pressures never are above 50 PSI. Now it features an easy to read 2.5" diameter SILICONE LIQUID FILLED dial gauge with rubber shock boot gauge protection. The advantages to a liquid filled gauge are longer life, shock resistance, and higher accuracy. But we don't use glycerin like other gauge which gets thick when cold slowing the needle to a crawl. Silicone offers all of the shock protection features of glycerin yet stays viscous in cold temperatures. Other features are a tough 24" braided hose whip, European style clip on chuck on a 90* elbow (this allows easy access to stems pointing towards 4x4 hubs or large hub caps. The body is a high flow design with an ergonomic thumb trigger, a solid brass piston, EPDM O-rings, and an ergonomically positioned pressure release button. This tool even works as a tire pressure gauge by itself.

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