Before your drive on sand, rocky, or muddy terrain, make sure you adjust your tyre pressures with some help from the Black Max Air Compressor from Bushranger 4x4 Gear.
This unit features a 12V motor and air pump which powerfully and reliably provides 66 litres per minute, with a maximum pressure of 150 psi. It comes with a 2.4m power lead, direct battery clamps with an in-line fuse so you won’t have any more voltage drop or blown fuses. There’s thermal overload protection, a built-in on-off switch, and a removable rubber-mounted base plate that disperses vibration and can be removed for hard mount applications. It’s also manufactured to the international ISO9002 standards for your peace of mind and packs up into its own rugged carry bag with extra pockets for storage and transport.
Make sure you can adjust your tyres to the terrain you’re driving on, with the Black Max Air Compressor from Bushranger 4x4 Gear.
12V motor and air pump
66 litres per minute
Maximum pressure of 150 psi
2.4m power lead, direct battery clamps with in-line fuse
Thermal overload protection
Built-in on-off switch
Removable rubber-mounted base plate that disperses vibration
Rugged carry bag with extra storage pockets
Comes with hard mount kit to permanently mount compressor
Built-in tyre deflation valve for controlled deflation
Compressor 23L x 13W x 19H cm | Carry/Storage Bag 29L x 26W x 23H
If I have an anderson plug fitted in place of the alligator clips will it void the warranty?
Luke - Adelaide, SA(8 months ago)
Absolutely not, a lot of the Bushranger folks have done that with their own compressors. Wether its a cigarette plug or an Anderson, etc you'll be fine.
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Complete novice here! in comparing this model to the next model up, what are the pro/cons between the 2 models? The blog articles are pretty limited. I can use your comparison feature but I don't really know what is necessary versus well beyond necessary.
Kat - Oak Park(3 years ago)
Thanks for reaching out, these compressors are fairly new to us, so I'll do my best to help you out. The Black Max and Max Air III Compressors are fairly similar, with the major difference being the flow rate (L/pm) of air the unit can push out. They can both reach a maximum pressure of 150 psi, with the Max Air III taking less time to re-inflate your tyres. Aside from this both units are pretty similar, and come with a pressure gauge and a few different nozzles. The Pro of the Black Max are that is a little more compact and lighter-weight, the con is it will take longer to inflate your tyres. The Pro of the Max Air III the faster inflation time, and longer hose length, the con is it is a little heavier and bulkier to carry.