Putting Air in Your Car Tires
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Vienna, VA

#21 Feb 2, 2013
donald m wrote:
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Thanks much for your post, Jack (and LOLz)! For anyone who might wonder, yes, I AM 79 years old.
The cost of a Compressor, or an Inflator is something that I must consider at length before making a purchase of one. Could you give me an idea of how much you paid for your Craftsman Compressor, Jack? Did it come equipped with all the necessary hoses and fittings to be able to inflate car tires? If not, did their cost total up to a considerable sum?
Thanks much, again!!!
I actually got it as a gift so I don't know the cost, but I would guess it was less than $50. It does have the attachments.
Shelly Slader

Walla Walla, WA

#23 Aug 7, 2014
I recently noticed that I have been having to fill up the air in my tires a lot more often. I looked for any nails or punctures but wasn't able to find any. I don't want to have to worry about my tires being safe for driving so I'm not sure what to do. Maybe I'll just get some new tires so I don't have to worry anymore.

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