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Old 12-12-2015, 08:59 AM   #15
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For our 40' DP I bought a Porter-Cable 6 gallon 150psi AC...it works GREAT!...$100 at Lowes....I use a coiled air hose...
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Consider a good quality bicycle pump with a built in gauge. For 70-80 psi you'll be pumping lots of strokes put not particularly strenuous strokes. Once your target pressure is reached the simplicity and handiness of a bike pump make ocassional top offs a cinch.
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Again, thanks a lot for all the feedback. It helps me understand air compressors a lot more than I did.
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Trying to find out if there is a difference between the porter cable and craftsman 150 pound pancake compressors. Anyone have any information on this?
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