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Bostitch 6-Gallon 150 PSI Oil-Free Electric Air Compressor EXPIRED

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CPO Outlets via eBay has Bostitch 6-Gallon 150 PSI Oil-Free Electric Air Compressor (BTFP02012) for $64.98. Shipping is free. Thanks hatzlach
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This air compressor features 150 max PSI, 2.6 SCFM delivered at 90 PSI, 80 dBA operational noise level, 29 lbs. weight, 16" tank diameter and comes with a 1-Year limited warranty.

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CPO via Ebay.

Never seen it this low for $65 and FS.

This is actually 15 dollars less than on the actual CPO site

https://www.ebay.com/p/Bostitch-B...6000001638
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there is an oil one on home depot for around the same price but an off brand. Can any one comment on oil free compressors at this price point.

I only need to pump tires and light painting.
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there is an oil one on home depot for around the same price but an off brand. Can any one comment on oil free compressors at this price point.

I only need to pump tires and light painting.
This (nor any compressors of this size) will not likely be satisfactory for any sort of painting. (Insufficient flow rating). It's fine for inflating tires and for simple things like nailers. This is a good price for a name brand.
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there is an oil one on home depot for around the same price but an off brand. Can any one comment on oil free compressors at this price point.

I only need to pump tires and light painting.
Have one. Have remodeled two houses with and no issues. You can get one for tires only for like $30 bucks. Anything involving paint needs a pretty decent compressor and size to keep up, your best bet would be to go airless paint sprayer instead. A good one is about $250 which is less than what a good compressor capable of painting anything more than bird house.
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This seems to be a pretty nice pancake compressor for the price.
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Samsung pay has ebay gcs at 10% off again.
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This (nor any compressors of this size) will not likely be satisfactory for any sort of painting. (Insufficient flow rating). It's fine for inflating tires and for simple things like nailers. This is a good price for a name brand.
I am just looking at light duty painting, something that can run this gun https://m.harborfreight.com/adjus...92126.html the specs indicate it would be sufficient.
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Well I think you're right, 4oz of paint isn't a lot to spray Wink
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I am just looking at light duty painting, something that can run this gun https://m.harborfreight.com/adjus...92126.html the specs indicate it would be sufficient.

It will do that gun fine as long as you stop when the pressure gets low and allow it to charge up.


I have the similar/same compressor and use it mostly for airing up tires and nail guns. Its loud but had it for 3 years now and still going.
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Better or worse than the $69 Porter Cable 6 gallon compressor from a couple days ago?
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Have one. Have remodeled two houses with and no issues. You can get one for tires only for like $30 bucks. Anything involving paint needs a pretty decent compressor and size to keep up, your best bet would be to go airless paint sprayer instead. A good one is about $250 which is less than what a good compressor capable of painting anything more than bird house.
Any links to $30 compressor?
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This is a great deal. I bought one last year from Amazoom for around $120.
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Would something like this be usable attached to an airbrush for scale model work? I know i'd have to get adapters for it, but this would be a better investment than getting a compressor that only works for airbrushes.
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