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Old 08-19-2015, 03:28 PM   #1
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Question craftsman small air compressor 150 psi

I can not locate the air compressor that was on this forum. pleases help. It also says that th item #00915309000 is NOT a good number
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I have one however I don't think they're made under the Craftsman name anymore. Here's a link to the exact same one under the name Porter Cable.


http://www.ebay.com/itm/PORTER-CABLE...-/301476945570
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thk's a lot
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You're welcome. It's a great compressor.
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Old 08-19-2015, 03:45 PM   #5
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Looked on Sears website and they don't list it. Porter Cable does. Maybe Home depot. I have the Sears version and it works great on my 22.5s
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Old 08-19-2015, 05:31 PM   #6
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I got the pancake compressor at Harbor Freight for $39 (100psi)

They have one that goes up to 150 psi for $127- it is 19.5 inches high & 15 inches wide
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We have the Porter Cable 150psi and have not had a bit of trouble with it. Purchased it to use with a flooring stapler, then built a large shed and did some renovations around the house. Still going strong.

Oh did I mention it also came with 3 nailers.
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As has been mentioned, the Porter Cable CMB15 should have the exact same specs as the Craftsman that is no longer available. Amazon has the CMB15 for $104.50

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I love my Porter Cable 150 psi air compressor. Makes filling up the tires on the coach and toad easy peasy.
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I love my Porter Cable 150 psi air compressor. Makes filling up the tires on the coach and toad easy peasy.
How big and heavy is the Porter Cable CMB15?
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I just checked Harbor Freight and they have a compact 12 volt model that goes to 150lbs and has very good reviews by people that have bought one for $60.00.
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From Amazon's website: 15.5 x 13.2 x 20.5 Wt. is 20lbs.
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I just checked Harbor Freight and they have a compact 12 volt model that goes to 150lbs and has very good reviews by people that have bought one for $60.00.
If you're referring to THIS ONE, it's actually an "inflator" rather than a true "compressor" as there is not an air tank. There are also a handful of pretty bad reviews too.

I personally hesitate purchasing stuff from Harbor Freight as most things I purchase usually don't last that long (not the best quality).

However, I now keep an inflator in my motorhome rather than a true compressor as I just want something that can top my tires off ...not something that can inflate an RV tire from an extremely deflated condition as I can use the on-board compressor to do that if needed. It takes less room and weighs less than a compressor. I used to take a portable compressor with me but I no longer do.

I keep this inflator with me that tops off RV tires just fine and I think will be better built and is also slightly less expensive than the one at Harbor Freight. It also has a an A/C plug rather than alligator clips. It's maximum operating pressure is 150 psi.

It's a Craftsman sold at Sears ...again, it's an "inflator" CLICK HERE
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Buy the Porter Cable, love mine!!
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