I dont really get that compressor. Its big, heavy, inefficient, expensive, and can't be used as sold for lockers.
Heres the specs I pulled off Amazon.
"Ultra compact twin motor, dual cylinder design makes this the high flowing portable compressor of its size on the market at 6.16 CFM (no load) and 4.65 CFM (at 29 PSI)Integrated aluminum air tank and pressure switch regulates pressure between 135 PSI and 150 PSI which is suited to most air powered toolsMounted in a waterproof carry case constructed from a durable impact resistant polymer; the carry case has convenient compartments for storing the air hose and other compressor accessoriesDucted IP55 sealed brushed DC cooling fan and anodized aluminum motor mounting brackets effectively dissipate heat from the motors, heads and electronics allowing for a 100 percent duty cycle (under room temperature conditions)Kit includes: Water proof case, twin compressor, air tank, canvas organizer, 20 feet air hose, inflator and blow gun"
4.65CFM at 29psi? Thats a weird rating. What is it at 90psi?
Regulates pressure between 135 amd 150? Lockers don't like that high pressure.
It comes in a nice box which is great for transport, but who needs to do that? Having it in a box means you can run it remotely while wheeling for lockers.
I have a Puma 12v compressor. Bought it used for $165 and its been a workhorse for the last two years. Runs my lockers, fills my 315/75's no problem.
I'm currently turning my AC compressor into OBA, mainly just for fun.