Air Compressors

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Air Compressors

Postby Mr_Kyle » Mon May 18, 2015 10:26 am

Hi all,

Hope everyone here is doing well and gearing up for the big Memorial Day Weekend coming up in just a few short days. Although I won't be at Fish Creek or Rollins Pond this coming weekend, I am starting to get things in order for my trip there around the 4th of July time. What I am looking forward to most about this year's trip is being able to take a boat up there for the first time since I was 10 years old; picked up my brand new Sea Ray just a few weeks ago!

I wanted to reach out to anybody who brings boats up to Fish Creek with them every year. Now that I have the boat, I also have the water sport stuff - skis, tubes, water trampoline, etc.. Does anyone have a recommendation on a good air compressor to fill up water toys with? I was looking at this Coleman one: ... Vnpz_lVhBc, but thought I would ask if anybody here has one that they really like before I order something.

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Re: Air Compressors

Postby humormeplease » Fri Feb 10, 2017 8:29 am

Lol, a few years old on this post but I will add my 2 cents...AIRHEAD pump ... Aj5G8P8HAQ
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Re: Air Compressors

Postby FidLouGrand » Sun Sep 24, 2017 2:55 am

humormeplease wrote:Lol, a few years old on this post but I will add my 2 cents...AIRHEAD pump ... Aj5G8P8HAQ

This looks like it can definitely get the job done. I'll be keeping this in mind.

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