Nothing says more about a vehicle than the Jeep or truck tires it rides on. We stock all the newest and top brands of truck tires from Pro Comp All Terrain tires to Super Swamper Mud Boggers, BFGoodrich ATs, and even ATV tires. All the latest truck tires are in stock in a variety of sizes.
When you're wheeling and rock crawling it pays to be prepared. You don't want a flat tire to end a great day on the trails. That's why experienced off-roaders have a wheel air compressor onboard. 4 Wheel Parts has a large selection of high performance air compressors from the brands you trust, such as Bilstein, ARB, and VIAIR. We stock both 12 and 24 volt models, and maximum air pressure up to 200 PSI. Choose the amp draw and duty cycle that you need, mount it on your 4X4, and your ride is ready to take on the world.
Installing a Compressor
There are a few important things to keep in mind when mounting your compressor. Choose a flat location as close to the vehicle battery as possible, but away from heat sources. If you must mount in a location far from the battery, run a 4 AWG positive lead wire to the battery. Air compressors are typically water resistant, but not waterproof. Avoid mounting your compressor in a location that gets submerged or wet frequently. Do not install your compressor in an area with flammable liquids.
Choosing a Compressor
Think about how you will use your compressor. Will you use it mostly to top off tires or inflate rafts and toys? If so, then a 12 volt will likely do. If you want to run air tools with your compressor or change out tires, then you should get a 24 volt. Do you need an air compressor air tank? A tank is better for running air tools, but you will have to run your engine longer to refill the tank. You can go tankless if you're just going to be pumping up tires. No matter what you decide, we've got the truck or Jeep air compressor for you. Everything we sell is covered by our 90-day price match guarantee, so come on over to 4Wheelparts.com today and be ready to roll tomorrow.<