I have a similar Sears model but it is 220V, has been working hard for over
2 years. Must have a Timex in it, as I have sandblasted my entire frame in
a weekend and it kept on ticking.
Jon 50 3104
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From: "Jim House" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Oletrucks (E-mail)" <email@example.com>; "Old-Chevy-Truck
Sent: Sunday, June 03, 2001 3:20 PM
Subject: [oletrucks] Air Compressor
> Well after a year of nagging her my wife said OK to a compressor. This
> be a once in a lifetime buy. I am not able to buy one now and then if a
> years think about getting a better one. So this is it! I love Sears
> so I have been looking there. I am interested in one with the tank
> over one that lays down. Storage space in the garage is the major reason.
> I am also looking for something over 20 gal, must be 120V. I am starting
> understand the SCFM ratings. The one I am looking at is 6 HP 30 Gal
> SCFM at 40/90PSI - 125 max PSI. It is on sale for $259.88. I am
> in sandblasting and HVLP painting.
> What did it was I have now gathered together 11 rims and want to get the
> best 5 sandblasted (quoted at $250.00) and painted (quoted at $125.00).
> That shook her up as the first items to get painted outside of a spray
> Originally I painted a quick coat of Rustoloum on the truck for cover for
> $45.00. Now I get to do it all - with a new compressor.
> What do you think - is this compressor a good deal?
> 46 Chevy 3104
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