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6-Gallon Porter-Cable C2002 150 PSI Oil-Free Pancake Air Compressor EXPIRED

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cpo-outlets via eBay has 6-Gallon Porter-Cable C2002 150 PSI Oil-Free Pancake Air Compressor for $72.99. Shipping is free

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Features:
  • Oil-free pump design for reliability and no maintenance
  • Low amp 120V motor starts easily in cold weather or with extension cord
  • 6 gallon Pancake style, stable tank with water drain valve and rubber ft.
  • 150 PSI max tank pressure stores more air in the tank for longer tool runtimes
  • 3.5 SCFM @ 40 PSI and 2.6 SCFM @ 90 PSI for fast recovery time
  • Compressor with two regulated outlets and QC bodies factory assembled
  • 120-Volt electric unit allows user to run compressor on standard household current and has a 10 amp motor
  • Only 34 lbs. for easy portability with a large, comfortable carry handle
  • Convenient cord wrap area
  • Shroud, handle and console cover protects vital components, makes unit easier to carry and includes cord wrap

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    • Our research indicates that this Porter-Cable C2002 Pancake Air Compressor is $2 lower (27% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $99 at the time of this posting.
    • This price is $1.67 lower than this recent Frontpage deal.
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    • Features oil-free pump design for reliability and no maintenance.
    • Comes with a 1-year warranty.
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NEW Porter-Cable C2002 0.8 HP 6 Gallon Oil-Free Pancake Air Compressor, NOW $72.99. free (4) day shipping,

Link https://www.ebay.com/itm/39155096...8a46550INT

This deal beats the 2nd deal ($74.66) listed earlier by $1.67.

I bought this on the 1st deal for $74.70 and it works great. I ordered it on a Sunday and it was delivered to my house by UPS in under 48 hours. It was brand new in a sealed retail box in perfect condition.
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Emi asked this question on 06-11-2021 at 09:06 AM
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Both are solid units though the Ridgid is reviewed slightly better. Ridgid regular price is usually $30 more than Porter Cable. Advantages of Ridgid are that it has 3 year warranty (PC 1 year) and has a quarter turn drain valve (PC has a screw Schrader drain valve which can be a pain to open under pressure). Ridgid is rated 1.5hp vs PC's 0.8hp but it doesn't seem to make a practical difference. SCFM pretty much the same - 2.6scfm at 90psi.
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If you're itching to buy, then pull the trigger on this. Pneumatic trim nailers go on sale regularly. Higher probability of grabbing this and later finding a slick deal on a trim nailer than waiting and finding both together. IMHO

I have this compressor. It's heavy, loud, and the gauges don't work. But I have framed a house, built a few decks, a couple of wood sheds, and done a bunch of trim work with it. It still runs strong. If I had to do it all over again, I'd probably opt for the Rigid.
If you don't need a high volume air compressor, do yourself a favor and get one of the quiet models. I can use mine day/night in my town home with the garage open.

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If I already have something to inflate tires, is this not worth getting for a home owner?
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which is a better prodcut? the Ridgid deal or the Porter cable?
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If I already have something to inflate tires, is this not worth getting for a home owner?
Depends on if you have a need for it. If you don't need anything more than tire inflation then I wouldn't.
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If I already have something to inflate tires, is this not worth getting for a home owner?
It can also be used to blow out sprinkler lines for winter (it will take much longer than with a big compressor, but it will work).

I use nailers (brad/finish) with mine a lot for hobby woodworking, putting up trim and repairing the fence. Pneumatic nailers are both lighter and cheaper than battery powered ones.
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Which is better product Porter and Cable or Craftsman? Both seem to sell at same price point.
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which is a better prodcut? the Ridgid deal or the Porter cable?
Both are solid units though the Ridgid is reviewed slightly better. Ridgid regular price is usually $30 more than Porter Cable. Advantages of Ridgid are that it has 3 year warranty (PC 1 year) and has a quarter turn drain valve (PC has a screw Schrader drain valve which can be a pain to open under pressure). Ridgid is rated 1.5hp vs PC's 0.8hp but it doesn't seem to make a practical difference. SCFM pretty much the same - 2.6scfm at 90psi.
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If you don't need a high volume air compressor, do yourself a favor and get one of the quiet models. I can use mine day/night in my town home with the garage open.
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I am planning on replacing all the base boards in my house in 2022 if lumber prices drop. Should I just wait to see what deals black Friday brings and try to get the nail guns included?
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I am planning on replacing all the base boards in my house in 2022 if lumber prices drop. Should I just wait to see what deals black Friday brings and try to get the nail guns included?
If you're itching to buy, then pull the trigger on this. Pneumatic trim nailers go on sale regularly. Higher probability of grabbing this and later finding a slick deal on a trim nailer than waiting and finding both together. IMHO

I have this compressor. It's heavy, loud, and the gauges don't work. But I have framed a house, built a few decks, a couple of wood sheds, and done a bunch of trim work with it. It still runs strong. If I had to do it all over again, I'd probably opt for the Rigid.
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I am planning on replacing all the base boards in my house in 2022 if lumber prices drop. Should I just wait to see what deals black Friday brings and try to get the nail guns included?
Right now HD has the version with the basic hose and 3 nail guns included for $199: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Porte.../312030570

It's actually a good deal given how prices have been the past 2 years. I bought this same bundled version for $150 on sale 6 years ago but the last time I saw that happen was 3 years ago. I just bought a Ridgid to replace the PC because the air regulator on the PC started leaking after 2 years and has been getting progressively worse over the past 4 years. Nail guns are still solid.
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Which is better product Porter and Cable or Craftsman? Both seem to sell at same price point.
I read somewhere, that all these are made by the same manufacturer just rebranded.
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Right now HD has the version with the basic hose and 3 nail guns included for $199: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Porte.../312030570

It's actually a good deal given how prices have been the past 2 years. I bought this same bundled version for $150 on sale 6 years ago but the last time I saw that happen was 3 years ago. I just bought a Ridgid to replace the PC because the air regulator on the PC started leaking after 2 years and has been getting progressively worse over the past 4 years. Nail guns are still solid.
Planning on doing a bathroom remodel, which will require a little bit of framing.

Haven't used nail guns before - just old fashioned hammer and nails. Will the 16/18 gauge be good for framing?
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