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Old 03-14-2013, 11:17 AM   #29
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I ordered the craftsman 1.5 Gal portable Air Compressor, from sears .com. if I ordered before 5pm would receive it the next day. In less then 24hr there was UPS with the air compressor at my door. free shipping, so all toll $109 plus tax and I bought the3 year warranty for $16 total $125.


That is good customer service.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:23 AM   #30
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Thanks Dennis, I appreciate that! I went by Lowes yesterday and they have one with a thumb-screw release instead of the push-button and it was only around $3. I may go that way!

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I'll have to check those out, $3.00 is a deal.
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Old 04-04-2013, 12:01 AM   #31
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I'll have to check those out, $3.00 is a deal.
That air compressor is on sale for $99.00 free shipping or next day pick up at the store.
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You can get this one from Amazon Porter-Cable CMB15 150 PSI 1.5 Gallon Oil-Free Fully Shrouded Compressor - Amazon.com

or you can get this one at Sears 8pc. Portable Air Compressor: Take Craftsman Power to Go with Sears

or you can buy this Stanley on e-bay Stanley 150 PSI 1 5 Gallon Air Compressor Accessory Kit 885911272209 STFP70635 | eBay

I am told by Black & Decker that they are exactly the same except for color.
They do the warranty work on all of them.
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I agree with sdennislee, those with diesels should have all the air you need and if you carry enough hose you can even air the toad without disconnecting it. I wind my hose up on a little orange wheel I pick up at Lowe's for a couple of dollars. It keeps the hose neat and easy to store. Hope this gives those with diesels something to think about.
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Not if your tires need 120 psi and your air system shuts off at that pressure. I tried for over an hour to use the onboard air. Besides, why would I want to antagonize my neighbors running the 435 HP air pump when a 1.5 electric one will do a better job? Also, I can loan the compressor out to people across the road and I can't do that with as easily with the MH air.
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