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Bostitch 6-Gallon 150 PSI Oil-Free Compressor w/ Premium Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Bostitch 6-Gallon 150 PSI Oil-Free Compressor w/ Premium Kit (BTFP02012-WPK) on sale for $99. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated

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  • BTFP02012 Pancake Compressor
  • 50' Rubber/PVC Blend Air Hose
  • 10-Piece Inflation and Blow Gun Accessory Kit
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Loud? Good for garage tire refills?
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I shopped around between this the Dewalt and the porter cable. My opinion is this...
Dewalt>bostitch>portercable

This conclusion is after considering build quality and noise level. Most everything else is equal spec wise.
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Loud? Good for garage tire refills?
Yes and yes. I wouldn't expect this to be much different, if different at all, from the other 6-gallon pancakes (Porter Cable and DeWalt) sold by the same parent company, Stanley Black&Decker. I usually use a long hose with the red version of this compressor and keep it in a different room to minimize the noise issue. Then again, you should be wearing hearing protection while using most air tools anyways. If just airing up tires, I would leave the garage while the compressor is pressurizing the tank unless I had muffs on.
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accessory kit that it comes with is high quality, especially the hose. Bostitch compressor at $99 alone is a good deal but with accessory kit - this is a really great deal.
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Pretty slick. I bought this exact unit about 6 months ago, compressor alone was 99. Works great for random garage needs.
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This is one of those "I don't really need it but I think I want it because it might come in handy someday" deals.

So...other than using it for air for my vehicle tires, why would I use this?
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This is one of those "I don't really need it but I think I want it because it might come in handy someday" deals.

So...other than using it for air for my vehicle tires, why would I use this?
I'm kind of thinking along the same lines here. Impact driver for tire rotations?
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Not a bad deal. A lot of compressors don't come with air hose / fittings so typically you may need to drop an additional $20-40 for that stuff.

Beware that this will be one of the louder compressors available.
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I'm kind of thinking along the same lines here. Impact driver for tire rotations?
Would this be powerful enough for an impact driver?
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Would this be powerful enough for an impact driver?
Dunno. 150psi would run it but 20 lug nuts? Would maybe have to run quite a lot. I'm also thinking brad and finishing nailer or maybe a stapler but I'll have to get more crafty to justify this. Hrmm.
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This is one of those "I don't really need it but I think I want it because it might come in handy someday" deals.

So...other than using it for air for my vehicle tires, why would I use this?
I use the red version of this compressor mainly for air nailers, but sometimes hook two compressors together for higher cfm air tools. But because it is so loud, I typically opt for the bike pump instead when topping up car tires. The bike pump is probably quicker too as long as I only need to add a few psi to a tire or two.

I didn't see what diameter hose is included, but be aware that the flow through the hose and fittings could be a limiting factor for higher cfm tools such as an impact wrench.
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Would this be powerful enough for an impact driver?
I own this one. works just fine. you won't have an issue. it's loud as everyone has said, but it's just as loud as my DeWalt.
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Dunno. 150psi would run it but 20 lug nuts? Would maybe have to run quite a lot. I'm also thinking brad and finishing nailer or maybe a stapler but I'll have to get more crafty to justify this. Hrmm.
150psi definitely enough, but this thing doesn't have nearly enough cfm's to run an impact
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