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    Quote Originally Posted by lasnin View Post
    This unit saved my bacon when I got a flat on the rear tire on my RT in the middle of nowhere in Southern Oregon. [URL="http://https://www.rockycreekdesigns.com/collections/tyre/products/motopressor-mini-pump"]
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
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    Try this

    https://www.rockycreekdesigns.com/pr...ssor-mini-pump
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    Thanks Lee
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    Motopressor mini pump

    Sorry for the messed up link... however I also have the 12v adaptor pin to be able to plug the unit right into the onboard BMW outlet... very easy and slick.... saves me trips to the gas station to top off tires..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasnin View Post
    Sorry for the messed up link... however I also have the 12v adaptor pin to be able to plug the unit right into the onboard BMW outlet... very easy and slick.... saves me trips to the gas station to top off tires..
    At home, I just use my bicycle pump. Designed to put 120 lbs into my road bike tires, the 42 lbs in the rear and 36 in the front on the BMW's tires is no challenge for it at all. Harder was finding one with a 90-degree chuck that could deal with the spokes on the GSA.
    "Solů el que ensaya lo absurdo es capaz de conquistar lo imposible." Miguel de Unamuno 1905

    Mark - Las Cruces, NM - '10 K1300S and '17 R1200 GSA

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1957mpd View Post
    At home, I just use my bicycle pump. Designed to put 120 lbs into my road bike tires, the 42 lbs in the rear and 36 in the front on the BMW's tires is no challenge for it at all. Harder was finding one with a 90-degree chuck that could deal with the spokes on the GSA.
    At home I use my 30 gallon Craftsman air compressor. I do change my own tires and little pumps and especially hand pumps make seating a tubeless tire bead a bit difficult.
    Paul Glaves - "Big Bend", Texas U.S.A
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