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Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor - 150 psi - 2.5 cfm Maximum Air Flow

Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor - 150 psi - 2.5 cfm Maximum Air Flow

Item # BDW41003
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Bulldog Winch Tire Inflator - BDW41003

  • Tire Inflator
  • Bulldog Winch
  • Portable
  • 150 psi
  • Analog Pressure Gauge
  • Manual Shut Off


  • Heavy-duty, 150 psi portable air compressor
    • 2.5 cfm Maximum airflow
    • Perfect for tires up to 33"
    • 10 Minute duty cycle
  • Pressure release valve keeps air buildup at a safe level
  • In-line calibrated pressure gauge with over-inflate button on back side
  • Thermal overload protector automatically shuts unit down if it overheats
  • Heavy-duty battery clamps draw power from your vehicle's battery
  • 25' Polyacrylic-urethane blend air hose
    • Includes 3 inflation adapters
  • Quick-connector with heat shield easily connects hose to compressor
  • Screw-on connector threads onto tire's valve stem
  • Integrated thumb lock prevents accidental hose detachment
  • Large integrated tray with vibration isolators reduce movement
  • Convenient carry handle with cushion heat-shielding grip
  • Handy carry bag included for easy transport
  • 1-Year limited warranty

41003 Bulldog Winch Compressor - 150 psi - 2.5 CFM - Portable

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Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor - 150 psi - 2.5 cfm Maximum Air Flow - BDW41003

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (19 Customer Reviews)


Haven’t gotten to try it yet. Seems to be week built and components seems pretty nice. White stains all over he carry bag it came in.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.


Oh my! Of course the bag should not arrive like that. I will have Customer Service reach out you.


Quality tire compressor. Bought for trailer wheels that require 65 psi pressure. Inflates tires pretty quickly. Heats up, but not much and cools down quickly. Convenient long hose and long wire. A small minus - the thread for the air filter is clogged with paint. Before screwing on the filter, it must be cleaned.



Great compressor! Couldnt have been happier until it was stolen from the trailer.


Works as advertised, left a bunch of air out of one of my trailer tires and the pump was able to put it right back to 75 psi without any trouble. Not totally sold on the thread on air hose but I’ll get used to it. Nice and compact too



I use the compressor more often than I thought, its still working good and seems to be holding up well, still dont care much for the thread on valve


Nice high volume lightweight compressor. I keep it on board my Polaris Rzr for flat repairs.


Very happy with the quick delivery. Had a little problem installing the muffler because of paint on the internal thread of the compressor. After cleaning the paint out of the internal thread the muffler mounted easily. Tested the compressor out and I am very pleased with it.


This tire inflater works much better than my previous on. Good purchase


I was very pleased with the product!


Works awesome!!



Great product











See what our Experts say about this Bulldog Winch Tire Inflator

  • Does Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor BDW41003 Come With Air Hose
    The air hose - which is indeed blue - does come with the Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor # BDW41003. The hose is 25 feet long and with a quick-connect attachment directly to the compressor. The compressor also includes a carrying case for the compressor and hose so for easy storage of both at the same time. I have added a link below to a video review for you to check out as well if you'd like to take a look of the Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor # BDW41003.
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  • How Long are Battery Cables of Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor BDW41003
    The battery cables of the Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor # BDW41003 that you referenced is 10 feet long.
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  • How Loud Is The Bulldog BDW41003 Portable Air Compressor
    The manufacturer wasn't able to provide an actual decibel reading for the noise that is generated by the Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor # BDW41003, but it's not going to be nearly as loud as a larger standard air compressor. I've linked one of our YouTube videos that shows Colin using it to air up tires and a soccer ball inside one of our installation bays and it's not too terribly loud. This unit can be connected to your trailer's auxiliary battery and easily stored because of the...
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  • Can Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor Fill Camper Tires to 135 PSI
    The Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor # BDW41003 will be able to easily fill up your trailer tires to your 135 psi rating as long as you have it stationed next to your tires. If you plan on running a longer extension out from your garage then some of the pressure could be lost. One thing to keep in mind is that this has a 10 minute duty cycle so if you're needing to air up all of your tires and they are on the lower end of things then you might need to let the compressor rest for a...
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  • Portable Air Compressor with High Duty Cycle
    I'm not sure what you meant by '100@ duty cycle', but the # BDW41003 compressor you've been looking at has a 10 minute duty cycle (defined as running at 100 psi at 72° F). That means that at 100 psi, you'll be able to run the compressor for about 10 minutes before it starts overheating. This compressor is recommended for tires up to 33 inches in diameter. The # BDW41000, has a 40 minute duty cycle, and sound more like what you're looking for. The compressor will operate at up to 150psi...
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  • Air Compressor for Inflating Large RV Tires
    There are a couple of air compressors I recommend for inflating your large RV tires up to 100 psi, both from Bulldog Winch. These are portable compressors (both of which come with a carry bag) that connect to a 12v battery for power and will do a great job of inflating your large RV tires, with the major difference being the maximum airflow output. - 2.5 CFM (cubic feet per minute) Airflow: Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor # BDW41003 - 5.65 CFM (cubic feet per minute) Airflow: Bulldog...
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  • Tire Inflator For Stock Tires on Jeep Wrangler
    While we do have a tire inflator that will work for you, I checked with Bulldog Winch, and their Bulldog Winch Light Duty On-Board Air Compressor # BDW46TJ is not ideal for tires, it is for things like air horns. Instead, I recommend a different option from Bulldog Winch that is designed for tires: - Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor # BDW41003 The # BDW41003 is for tires up to 33 inches, which your Wrangler will have for stock tires, and it will be able to inflate them from 10 -...
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  • Recommended Air Compressor for a Small 90 Psi Trailer Tire
    The best portable air compressor we have to fill a small trailer tire like part # AM10062 to 90 psi is the Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor part # BDW41003. This compressor is actually rated to 150 psi and attaches to the battery via alligator clamps. The reason you will want at least a 150 psi compressor is because it would take ages to fill the tire to 90 psi with a 100 psi air compressor which is the next most common size. The alligator clamps will also allow the compressor to run...
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  • Recommended Portable Tire Inflator That Can Inflate Trailer Tires to 110 psi
    You are right that a huge compressor can really be a pain and we have exactly what you need with a portable system, the Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor # BDW41003 which only measures about 10-1/2" long x 5-1/2" wide x 7-1/2" tall and weighs under 10 lbs. This is a 150 psi compressor that has a carrying case to make it simple to transport and has clamps for power from a 12 volt battery like you were wanting. I have added a link to a video review of this tire inflator for you to...
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  • Recommended Compressor for Roadside Tire Inflation
    The best air compressor option we have for tire inflation is a portable kit like the Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor part # BDW41003 as it hooks up to a 12 volt outlet and there is a built-in pressure gauge so you can see the real time psi. We don't offer a way to auto fill a tire unfortunately, you'll need to monitor pressure as you fill the tire. The correct psi for a vehicle tire will be located on a sticker inside the door jamb. The Firestone Heavy Duty Air Compressor is designed...
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  • Does Air Lift WirelessONE Compressor System Include Parts for Manual Inflation
    The Air Lift WirelessONE Compressor System for Air Helper Springs - Remote - Bluetooth - EZ Mount # AL25980EZ does not have components for manual inflation if the compressor somehow doesn't work, but we do have options for you. While I would not expect any issues with the compressor, if you wanted something just in case I recommend a portable compressor, the Bulldog Winch Portable Air Compressor - 150 psi - 1.6 cfm Maximum Air Flow # BDW41002 or 2.5 cfm Maximum Air Flow # BDW41003. I...
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  • Compressor for Air Springs and Tires for 2020 Jeep Gladiator
    There are some options for you, but the Air compressor you mentioned isn't going to be a good way to inflate tires along with the Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs # AL60830 that fit your 2020 Jeep Gladiator. For that you'd need a separate set up, the Air Lift WirelessONE Suspension System for Air Helper Springs - Remote - Bluetooth - EZ Mount # AL77DQ. That compressor system is not wireless, so it isn't as easy to use or have the convenience of WirelessAir so another option is...
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  • Air Suspension System That Also Can Be Used to Fill Tires?
    I have a solution for you, but I talked to my contact over at Air Lift about this and it really is not a cost effective solution because it would involve purchasing an additional tank and air compressor system to replace the system that is included, as well as wiring in solenoids, low pressure switches and re-wiring the system. The AirLift # AL25491 is a great system because it provides individualized inflation to each air bag in the system, but you would spend considerably more in parts...
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  • Rear Helper Spring Suspension Enhancement Recommendation for 2013 Ford F-150
    The Timbren # TFR1502D is indeed a fit for your 2013 Ford F-150. This Timbren kit won't increase the capacity of your suspension/vehicle, but it will add support for up to 5000 lbs. If the 1360 some-odd pounds of weight bearing down on your rear suspension (1000 lbs from cargo + estimated 360 lbs trailer tongue weight) will be a pretty consistent amount, this would be a good choice for you. However, if the weight will vary, or occasionally you'll just be towing with no cargo or have the...
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  • Portable Air Compressor and Pass Through TPMS w/ Trailer Tire/Wheel Upgrade for Beach Towing
    Taking over half of the PSI out of the Loadstar ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire with 13" White Wheel - 5 on 4-1/2 - Load Range D item # AM3S331 tires is not something I can recommend doing. I used to live in the desert so I understand the necessity for what you are intending to do when traveling across soft sand. Besides voiding the tire warranty the issue with running the tires deflated is the tire's sidewalls flex more causing heat to build up within the tire. This issue will increase driving...
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