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Old 12-06-2006, 12:42 AM   #1
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So my grandfather called me today asking if I had an air pump as one of his tires was flat. I said I didn't (cuz I don't) but then I realized that I do have one in the trunk. Unfortunately, I dont have the hose. I called the local Pontiac dealer and they said it was well over $200.00. The parts guy even said that was outragous. So my question is: Has anyone had any success with connecting an aftermarket hose? The valve stem seems pretty different than anything i've seen before. Thanks.
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they are all over ebay on here... run ya about $50 im guessing.. $25 if ya find a deal
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Or make your own like I did for both my cars. The parts are at the auto parts store. Just make sure your hose is long enough to reach all 4 of your tires. And have patience. It puts out about 70psi, but low flow. It takes time.
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On Ebay search on Schram

They are new in box kits. Gorgeous and at $25 buy it now with $15 shipping it'* hard to pass up.
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Bill, I just bought one for $20.00 from Schram , I made them an offer and they accepted. Tracy has it now and says it looks like new.


http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...1586690&rd=1,1
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Thanks all!
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Yes...it is brand spankn new. It'* a good thing I don' t have a need for it...
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Yes...it is brand spankn new. It'* a good thing I don' t have a need for it...
Tracy, you know that if you want it...........it'* yours.


Just let me know and I'll order another one.
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Yes...it is brand spankn new. It'* a good thing I don' t have a need for it...
Tracy, you know that if you want it...........it'* yours.


Just let me know and I'll order another one.
no no no...wouldn't do me any good since I have an SLE... thanks anyhow though.
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