Onboard Air Compressor

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Makes sense to me. Get the air compressor size and capability you need, easily replace when it craps out. I'll take that over built in any day.
 
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All jokes aside, these seats fold up and get out of the way pretty well, I was worried they'd stick out more. If we can remove the plastic bin, there's enough room to stick a kid to sleep there, or an awesome place for a dog to get messy with that rubber flooring.
 

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That’s just a transfer pump for emptying water.
The onboard air is not designed for our use, just for the adaptable suspension.

Edit, upon a closer look at the Basecamp tent accessory, I now believe it’s the hand pump to inflate the air mattresses. Looks to be high volume low pressure.
Although my hand transfer pumps I use for water removal inside curb vaults looks similar design, they don’t have the foot base like this one. Otherwise very similar design.

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