the amount of tires you can fill will depend on the size of the scuba tank and the pressure you fill it to.
if you had onboard air you could fill an unlimited number of tires.
if you actually had it filled @ a scuba place to 3000 psi and could somehow use it with a regulator and air chuck you could fill more tires than i could imagine you would ever need to at a given time.
if you filled it to 150psi or so (normal pressure for an air tank) i can't see you filling more than a couple 33's or so....
i'd probably pass on it myself.....
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cool. its a 80cu in @ 3000psi. I have a fill station I used for paintball that has a bleed off. i was thinking of running an air line/chuck off of it. would a reg be necessary? i can controll the air flow by the valve knob.
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i'd put a regulator on it. you don't wanna infalte your tires too quickly, and it would be nice to also see how much pressure is left in the tank. anyone know how much used scuba tanks go for nowadays?
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You will have to fill that tank yourself and not a dive shop after a while. They must be inspected every 5 years. I have used my tanks for just this purpose with an inflater valve purchased at a local dive shop. You will need a reg. unless you are good with the valve because they can flow a lot of air very fast!
Scuba tanks are very strong. Valves, however, aren't. They are made of brass and chrome plated. It doesn't take much to damage or worse break the valve.
You don't want a loaded tank taking off inside your jump should the valve get loose.
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Check out small welding tanks. They are DOT rated and will hold 2000+ psi. My plan is one of these mounted somewhere out of the way, filled with nitrogen. Regulate it down to 100 psi and inflate tires or run air tools off of it.