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Ryobi 18v one gallon compressor

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What is the warranty period of CPO products at Direct Tools anyway?
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What is the warranty period of CPO products at Direct Tools anyway?
One year for CPO. 3 year for factory blem.
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I'm new to this is it too late to add?
Not too late; you can edit a post by going to it while logged in and then checking the bottom right; there should be a text link that says 'Edit' there.

Any idea on whether this compressor is strong enough for pneumatic tools?
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Not too late; you can edit a post by going to it while logged in and then checking the bottom right; there should be a text link that says 'Edit' there.

Any idea on whether this compressor is strong enough for pneumatic tools?
I have one. It's strong enough, but it's not big enough. Ends up running constantly, and drains the battery too fast. Good for quick tire blow-ups and dusting. Would recommend a larger unit, maybe 6 gallons minimum, for a pneumatic tool.
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I have one. It's strong enough, but it's not big enough. Ends up running constantly, and drains the battery too fast. Good for quick tire blow-ups and dusting. Would recommend a larger unit, maybe 6 gallons minimum, for a pneumatic tool.
I've one of the 9A batteries that runs pretty long, and when i had checked before, this was the only unit Ryobi had
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