Track Pack B Accessory Kit - PT10 & PT15

AK10-BTPLA
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 This is not a standalone product. This item must be paired to a matching 10 lb or 15 lb Power Tank cylinder to be valid (PN: starts with PTB10 or PTB15).

The Package B makes using your Power Tank easier and more convenient compared to the Package A. We include a HD Tire Inflator with a large easy to read gauge and the Super Coupler now comes standard. The Tire Inflator has a clip-on chuck for a secure grip on your valve stem and a two foot whip long enough for you to stand up while airing up. The Super Coupler is universal and allows you to borrow an air tool with the assurance that it will fit in your hose and the built-in on/off valve makes changing between tools a breeze. See it in action here. 

The Speed Bag included with your Track Pack makes transporting your Power Tank very easy with three different ways to carry it: from the handle at the top, from the side, or around your shoulder. It still remains stable when set down on the ground but you can buckle the strap around a pole for extra insurance that it doesn't tip over during use. The mesh hose pouch keeps your hose nice and neat and contains a pass-through to the main compartment so you never have to worry about disconnecting your hose from the regulator. There is even storage on the back of the bag for your Tire Inflator.

Option details:

Tank Size: Because the PT10 and PT15 differ in height, we make two different size Speed Bags. Choose the same size as you chose in step 1 of the PT Builder. 

Tire Inflator Gauge: The low pressure 60 psi gauges are more accurate than their high pressure counterparts but won't work on truck or RV tires that need 55+ psi. The analog gauges are silicone filled for shock resistance and silicone doesn't slow down when the temperature drops, unlike glycerin. The digital gauges operate off of two AAA batteries and have a battery meter on the back-lit LCD screen. The back light comes in handy when you're checking tires in the early morning before a road trip or if you get off the trail after dark. The digital gauges are twice as accurate as their analog counterparts.