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Hi, wondering where I can buy a air hose octopus for airing 4 tires up at once. I searched google and found nothing. Yes, I could be build my own but I live in the hicks and by the time I spend the gas/time etc.. to go get matierial well you know the rest...

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There used to be a company that made one. I think 4wd carried it. Was like 150 bux though I think.

Edit: http://www.4Crawler.com/4x4/ForSale/4air.shtml Try this for some info

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Harbor freight and make your own. Picked up all the materials for mine for less than 60 bucks.


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I made this setup with a gauge so I could see what pressure the tires were at while I inflated them.



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i like that one, Ron. clean.

its pretty simple if you buy your own little pieces. the first one i saw was a more rigid style and probably was a LOT cheaper. Ron's is pretty flexible, though. discos down for storage...


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I was toying with the same idea more for airing down. Harbor freight had a 4 manifold with 4 quick disconnects already on it and 2 more ports.
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