Originally Posted by Rickosterloh
I have read post about carrying air compressor and have a small powermate 1 gal 100psi one it cut out at 95psi. We have 2017 fe 26he. I think the tire pressure is 85psi (in storage now). Wonder if this compressor work to add small tire pressure leakage. Have no idea of leakage on rv tires.
Regarding normal leakage, I don't need to reinflate my tires very often. I'd guess every few months at most. I check them before long trips and most of the time I don't need to add air. I'd guess that I add air to normal car tires more often.
My tires are a slightly larger than yours, and I run lower air pressure (rated for same 80 PSI MAX but I use 60 or lower on mine), which slows normal air loss.
I don't carry a compressor, electing to inflate at home or gas station as I would do on any other vehicle I've owned. If I didn't have a spare, then a compressor or other means of inflating would be desirable.