Will check it. ThanksIf I were getting an air compressor, Vivair or ARB Twin Compressor would be my pick. And if I were really gonna do a full setup, I would add an air tank, air hose adapters near the front and rear bumpers, and of course (since I'm a railroad fan) a train horn!
Nice compressors and good to know the top of the line now.Yes.
My next door neighbor's H1 with central tire inflation uses an Oasis compressor. Oasis manufacturing is less than 1 mile from my office, nice guys also make TrailHead Deflators, coincidentally Viair Corporate is 1/2 mile North.
Nice compressor, with a 15 CFM flowrate at 50 PSI, but with a maximum current draw of 180 amps and a bare compressor weight of 65 lbs it is probably not well matched to the off-road requirements of the 'typical' 4WD vehicle. And at over $1600, it would be hard to make a case that it was cost-effective, especially for an accessory that only runs a few hours a year.Oasis XD4000 is the best in class compressor, so much CFM it doesn't need a tank it can run air tools directly, american made unlike most competitors, completely serviceable and makes everything else look cheap and low end.
Watching one operate makes all other compressors look like plastic toys.
I run a cheap (less than $100) and low end, Chinese (like the rest most commonly manufactured) compressor. 5.65 cfm airs up a 285-70 17 from 20 psi to 42 psi in less than 2 minutes with a 40 minute duty cycle. It has been running strong for five years.
If your worried about "critical safety equipment" buy two.