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Husky 60 Gallon stationary 155 psi air compressor YMMV - Home Depot Reg.$559 now $280.

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While walking at home depot saw this three beauties by the tool section. YMMV

Possible clearance.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../205389936
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Full price or out of stock in Portland Oregon area
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is this one stage or two stage?
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is this one stage or two stage?
Had to say just by the stats. Single stage is normally 120ish psi. 2 stage is normally 175-200psi.
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Would this be enough to spray a car?
Depends on what kind of gun your using. You really need close to 20 scfm for a nice hvlp gun. But with a 60 gallon tank as long as your not trying to shoot the whole vehicle at once you should be fine if you take your time and don't over work it. If you using an old school Brinks siphon gun (overspray city) like I grew up with... you could spray all day
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is this one stage or two stage?
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Had to say just by the stats. Single stage is normally 120ish psi. 2 stage is normally 175-200psi.

Single. It's in the description.
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Got one just to fill Air in my tires once a year...
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No problem any time. Would love to see an easier way to attach photos via the Slickdeals app.. usually is a pain...have to go ahead and post the deal via de app then go desktop view via chrome and add the photos.
Go into chrome browser, and use desktop mode. Then you can add pics. Only thing is, I think you have to also be in desktop mode or on pc to see pics
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Any in stock near me are full price. All that are OOS say clearance (without a price listed) on BS.
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Why buy this when you can go battery now? Impact drivers are now able to remove lugged nuts!
Let's see you blow out a sprinkler system with something battery powered.
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33029.
I'm also in 33029! I guess this was the Miramar store?
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Depends on what kind of gun your using. You really need close to 20 scfm for a nice hvlp gun. But with a 60 gallon tank as long as your not trying to shoot the whole vehicle at once you should be fine if you take your time and don't over work it. If you using an old school Brinks siphon gun (overspray city) like I grew up with... you could spray all day
No, just no.

Modern guns are designed to use lower cfm. High Volume Low Pressure guns are mandated in most businesses to reduce overspray for the environment. Less Overspray= Less CFM. also, nice guns use less cfm than cheap guns. They often use much less.

Tank size has very little to do with compressor performance. A compressor without a tank and and a high cfm output will paint indefinitely. A compressor with a large tank and a small cfm output, will paint until the tank is empty, then you stop. A compressor should be sized by the CFM required of it.
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These are fairly poor but do function

Do not power on without purging the oil first / refill / run for a moment / drain / refill / ...till no metal is visible / get a quiet intake
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Air is dead.

Paint homes and cars...now electric
Machinery...now electric
Fill tires...electric
Blow dust off work desk...electric

However, as a waterless bidet...yes, the Air is better.
Waterless bidet? That'll just dry up all the dingleberries and give you a major case of the itchy-butthole
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