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A refurbished MF-1089 is a great value when you buy from Masterflow direct. Masterflow technicians inspect and test each air compressor and follow strict requirements to ensure you receive a high quality, working, refurbished 12-volt air compressor furnished with original manufacturer Masterflow hoses and accessories.
CONVENIENCE: The MasterFlow MF-1089 Diabloww air compressor gives twice the punch with dual 30mm pistons powered by a direct drive, 12-volt motor. The MF-1089 twin cylinder tire inflator provides an astounding 5500 cubic inches of air flow per minute. Powers directly from your battery by a 10 foot heavy duty power cord and alligator clips. Includes a 24 foot self-coiling air hose with quick connect air fittings. The air hose is equipped with an armored in-line air gauge, easy twist brass inflator, and optional clip-on air chuck.
MULTIPLE USES: This unit is great for in the truck, off the road, or anywhere you need air quickly to get the job done. The MF-1089 tire inflator is also great around the farm or ranch, and can be used to inflate even the largest agricultural tires. Includes a heavy duty nylon carry bag, two adapter nozzles, and a ball inflation needle. For off road enthusiasts that air down when they hit the trails, we recommend using the MF-1089 for 35 inch tires and over to get back on the black top. Full size truck tires can be inflated from 25-35 PSI in under 1.5 minutes and a passenger car tire in under a minute. Inflation times may vary based on environmental conditions. Be safe by being informed, research and understand the proper operating pressure for your tire and vehicle combination. Proper tire inflation can extend your tire’s tread life.
EASY TO USE: Alligator clips are easily and quickly attached to your vehicle battery. The duty cycle for this compressor is 40 minutes on, 40 minutes off. Plenty of time to air up 8 tires to get you and a buddy back on the road. 16 ft hose gives you plenty of room to work with. Includes a convenient nylon carry bag, two adapter nozzles, and a ball inflation needle.
GREAT GIFT IDEA: Diabloww is the devil of compressors! Anyone in your life that has larger size tires will thank you for this gift. MasterFlow - Building Tools not Toys ® for over 15 years. This product is backed by the best customer service in the industry.
Applications: This is built for off road truck tires and anything under neath. Its our best, fastest and portable compressor.
Hose: Coil Yellow Nylon Coil
Hose: Straight Black Rubber
Worked great the first time I used it to fill 4 37” tires from 14 to 35 psi. I didn’t time it, but it was pretty quick. Only issue is gauge was not accurate. Seems off by around 10 psi.
The compressors is amazing! I did have a problem with it. It started leaking air from the top of the cylinder. Sent a email to Customer service and within a few days I had a new one. Very nice people and amazing customer service. That alone gets the 5 stars!
So far I have been very happy with the performace of my new Diablow Compressor. The first tire that I started to inflate I noticed that the gauge was not moving at all. I figured out by trying another tire that that original valve stem had a problem and the valve wasn't opening to allow the air in.
I would agree with customers who have suggested a longer power cord to be sure you can reach the tire that you have to inflate . I own a 155" wheel base truck a d a 20' trailer so reaching the trailer tires can be a challenge. Moving the switch/ circuit breaker box close to the compressor would help operating the compressor. The storage bag can be tight fit if you don't fold the Diablow up the same way each time you put it away. It would help to have a larger storage bag. The compressor isn't hard to repack but the airhose can be. Just my comments from 40+ years of experience. I am very happy with the Diablow Compressor and its high volume air output.
1. The power cord is about 8 ft too short.
2. The on-off switch is at the unit and the gauge is at the end of the hose. If the power cable was longer you could bring the pump to the tire and control the on-off switch. The way it's manufactured you have to go to the tire see what the pressure is in then go back to the pump to turn it off. Not a huge deal but hey are you going this far you might as well make it perfect