4x4 Air Compressors Australia

If you spend as much time on off-road trails as you do on paved roads, you will do well to buy a good-quality 4wd air compressor like the ones we have here at 4x4 Mods Australia. We at 4x4 Mods Australia are here to meet all your 4x4 aftermarket product needs.  

A 4wd air compressor will give you versatility when driving on different road surfaces. When driving on challenging, rock-ridden off-road trails, you can reduce the air pressure in your tires to achieve better traction and restore it when you get back onto bitumen roads. You can also use one of our 4x4 air compressors to inflate your vehicle’s air suspension bags; rest assured that it will fill them with an impressively high flow rate. A 4x4 air compressor also comes in handy when you need to re-seat a tire onto a wheel, repair a punctured tire, inflate camping accessories, and run a wide range of air tools.       

Explore Our Range of 4WD Air Compressors in Australia

We at 4x4 Mods Australia source our 12/24-volt DC 4x4 compressors from top-rated aftermarket air compressor manufacturers in Australia who invest in high-quality materials and innovative design. Therefore, our 4x4 compressors are bound to outlast many similar products. These 4x4 air compressors will not wear out with regular usage or take long to refill your bags/tires. We have both vehicle-mounted and portable air compressors. If you are unsure about which 4x4 compressor to buy for your type of vehicle, follow this link to connect with us or call us at (07) 5528 5801; our modding specialists will advise you accordingly.


Frequently Asked Questions 

What is the ideal flow rate for a 4x4 air compressor?

3.5-5 cfm (cubic feet per minute) at 70-90 psi is sufficient for tire inflation, air tools, and other generation applications.


When should I replace my 4x4 air compressor?

You should replace it after at least ten years or 50,000 hours of service.


How long can a 4wd air compressor work continuously?

That depends on whether it is a single- or twin-compressor unit. Single compressor units mostly have 50% duty cycles, so when they run continuously for a preset period, e.g., 30 minutes, they must cool down for the same duration before being used again. Twin-compressor units, however, come equipped with a cooling system; therefore, they tend to have 100% duty cycles.  

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