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Half Off - Craftsman 3 Gallon Oil-Free Portable Electric Air Compressor with 7 Piece Accessory Kit $45 + $6.73 SWR Points W/Free Shipping or In-Store PU @ Sears Reg. $89.99

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Description Item # 00916953000P Model # 16953
Craftsman 3 Gal. Oil Free Air Compressor with 7 piece kit is perfect for all inflation projects.
This Craftsman 3 gallon oil free air compressor with 7 piece accessory kit keeps your basketballs, bike and car tires all inflatables and more properly inflated as needed. You can also run brad and staple nail guns! Get the weekend "honey do" list done fast!
Your Craftsman 3 gallon oil free air compressor is small but tough. The housing material is steel for a long life. It is light and easy to move to wherever you need it. You also get a 7 piece accessory kit and 25' coil hose so you are ready to start working right out of the box!
This Craftsman 3 gal. oil free air compressor with 7 piece accessory kit perfect for inflation projects, at home or at work
Lightweight and portable
Oil-free piston pump
Steel housing material
Horizontal tank with 3-gallon capacity
Comes with 25' coil hose
Comes with 7 piece accessory kit

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you da man. nice find.

just not sure what i could use this for. the specs are weak as f lol
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you da man. nice find.
Thx Peace
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Retailer cost on these is ~$37, so this is about as close to wholesale as you're gonna get. Nice find.
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what are you going to do with 3 gallon tank? inflate a balloon?
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Is this good for a first compressor for woodworking? Will be using this for a brad nailer and cleaning sanded pieces
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Is this good for a first compressor for woodworking? Will be using this for a brad nailer and cleaning sanded pieces
If you don't already have nailers I'd watch for the Porter Cable 5 gallon with 3 guns. I added a pin nailer off eBay.
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what are you going to do with 3 gallon tank? inflate a balloon?
If your compressor maxed out at 2 psi you'd be able to fill roughly three 1-gallon balloons. But 3 gallons of air at 100 psi will fill MANY balloons.
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can this pump up a car tire 60psi?
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can this pump up a car tire 60psi?
It should.

"Maximum Operating Pressure : 100 (psi.)"
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If you don't already have nailers I'd watch for the Porter Cable 5 gallon with 3 guns. I added a pin nailer off eBay.
Thanks. Will keep an eye
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can this pump up a car tire 60psi?
is that a thing?

I've never seen a car tire calling for more than 40psi.
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is that a thing?

I've never seen a car tire calling for more than 40psi.
Yes, load rated truck tires and little donut spares can be 60psi or more.
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is that a thing?

I've never seen a car tire calling for more than 40psi.
Pickup tires can go to 80. Road bicycles can be up to 120.
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