Has anyone removed the tank from their pancake compressor?
I was looking at a Porter Cable pancake compressor on Sale at Home Depot.
It looks like a simple matter to remove the air tank and just use the compressor for airing up tires.
Looks like you would just need to do a little plumbing change so the cut-out switch was still in the air line.
The air line would always have 150 PSI when not connected and inflating a tire.
This would let it operate like a Viair compressor and would take up much less room than having the tank.
Just wondering if anybody has already done this.
Please don't tell me to just go buy a Viair....because I am a tight-wad.
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