Ryobi 18V One+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator
Here my '93 Mustang LX sits on four inflated tires — something it hasn't experienced in years.
All told, the procedure took right around 53 minutes to complete. So, if you plan on doing this yourself, expect it to take some time. And remember these are low-profile performance tires, not larger classic car tires or great big truck tires. Either of those scenarios could add some considerable time to the job, may require a second battery, or may even be too much for the little Ryobi Inflator — I just don't know.
After this test, the Ryobi 3.0Ah Lithium+ HP Battery still showed two bars of power, so it held up well — even after starting life by topping off the Cobalt's tires.
Although I would have liked it to have been faster and not seen the little Inflator grow weaker as it went — for whatever reason — it's a win in my book. I can finally pump up the tires on my stored project cars and move them around as needed — should I ever find myself in the fortuitous situation of working on them again. Photo: Ryan King, 2019.
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