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I plug my air hose in behind the drivers seat and get nothing. Am I doing something wrong?
 

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with it running ?
 

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must be a open valve somewhere l
 

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Are you pushing the check valve in on the hose to test it? First time I used mine, didn't think it was working but when I put the chuck to the valve stem, I could hear that little compressor working.
 

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It randomly started working today but doesn't push enough air to set the bead on a pitbull growler. All in all happy with machine so far. A second set of wheels any tires for not mud is on my short list, these gorillas are too lumpy for everything except churning through the mud
 

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with mine i press it to the valve stem and hold it and the compressor takes a second or two to kick on after the initial puff of air. has a delay it seems
 

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What does the manual say about operating the factory supplied compressor?
Are you still under warranty?
 

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It randomly started working today but doesn't push enough air to set the bead on a pitbull growler. All in all happy with machine so far. A second set of wheels any tires for not mud is on my short list, these gorillas are too lumpy for everything except churning through the mud
I don't think it has the flow of a 60 gal air comp. it works fine for adjusting air psi in tires that's about it. I agree with the rough at low speeds. I bought a stock set of maverick yellow beadlock wheels an tires for 400. The stock bighorn tires.
 
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