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Inflating the Collapsible Spare Tire

1: Has anyone inflated the spare tire using the tire inflator kit? If so, how long did it take? Seems like one could spend a significant amount of time waiting for the tire to fill.

2: Does anyone know the difference between the Tire Inflator Kit (PN 82214295, MSRP $93 USD) which comes with the Pacifica and the Mopar Compressor (PN68227799AB, MSRP $200 USD)?


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1: Has anyone inflated the spare tire using the tire inflator kit? If so, how long did it take? Seems like one could spend a significant amount of time waiting for the tire to fill.

2: Does anyone know the difference between the Tire Inflator Kit (PN 82214295, MSRP $93 USD) which comes with the Pacifica and the Mopar Compressor (PN68227799AB, MSRP $200 USD)?

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I just got a complete spare tire kit from the dealer, it was part of the deal when I purchased the car 2018 touring L. I can’t imagine driving without a spare tire. You won’t need it often but when you need it you’ll be glad you have it. I installed it myself very good instructions with pictures. I inflated the spare just to see how long it would take to inflate, it took about 6.5 min to reach 60psi. When I let the air out it returned to the size it was before inflation. Hope I never have to use it but happy to have it.
Here is a link with a couple of tire repair/changing videos for those interested.
In the video about using the tire service kit (goo), it mentioned that if the tire didn't reach 26 psi in 15 minutes, the tire was too damaged.
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