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One simple answer would be why bother going to all the hassle of converting a tyre in the first place? A small electric compressor can be had for about fifty pounds or so nowadays. Not only would it be a lot more convenient to use and better at the job but also a lot safer. In addition it can be used for powering air tools, and inflating bicycle/car tyres, paddling pools etc.
 

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QUOTE (Doug @ 23 Jan 2008, 09:12) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I fixed the post.

I have an Axminster Silverstone Compressor - a great little low-noise compressor. Just big enough to run air power tools and fine for painting.

Bought from http://www.axminster.co.uk/

The one I have doesn't seem to be listed any more, but there are a few others at reasonable prices.

Hi, true I can buy any of the excellent units available today but as a pensioner cash is in short supply,but thanks for the info.
 
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