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Filling Tires using coach air
I own a 2009 coach 1274 now and was just at Newell getting some things done there.  When talking to a tech about airing up to spec, I think it was 120 psi or so he suggested using a " multiplier" or something like that because the air produced by the coach really wouldn't get up to the needed pressure or would take a really long time.

Any advice on a device you hook up to the air system to bring your tires up to pressure from the coach air?

He showed me a small portable device he hooked up to any shop airline and used when working on the tires etc.


2009 Newell
Coach 1274
Here is a thread where a member sold one awhile back. Would love info myself on a good buy on a new one as Rick beat me to the punch on this deal.
Brad Aden
2003 Newell #653 Quad Slide Cat C-12 engine
1997 Newell #458
St. Louis, MO

Thanks for the heads up and it included the explanation. That one looks like it could be mounted which would be nice. The one the tech had was a little smaller with no gauges so it was more portable but cool either way.
I guess I will join the line behind you for a new one also.

Thanks for the quick response and connection there Brad.
There's a seller on eBay selling Chinese versions for $135.
Jon & Chris Everton
1986 40' Dog House #86
450 hp ISM 5 spd ZF Ecomat 2
I guess I was lucky and my coach had the doubler built in so I could fill my tires off my coach air.  I thought all Newells had them Blush

Mine was a race coach so maybe that is why it had one.
Oscar & Janet Valent
Full timing
2004 Foretravel U320 3823 PBBS
2007 Newell Coach #815 - Great Coach Sold
2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit

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