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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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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
06-11-2021 at 09:06 AM
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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I've got this. It's nice to have, but for me at this point as a home owner just doing smaller maintenance jobs, If I could do it again, I'd likely just get a lithium ion battery powered brad or pin nailer.
but thats only 1% of its use. people dont buy air compressor for nailer. infact i dont see any homeowner use nailer for any project. except for contractors.
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which is a better prodcut? the Ridgid deal or the Porter Cable?
Per specs, the Ridgid has more power with 12 amps, 15.5amp cold start and 1.5HP, whereas the Porter Cable is at 10amps run and 0.8HP.

Although the CFM's are identical, if the specs are correct, the Ridgid has almost twice the HP with a maybe 3 year warranty to PC's 1 year.

The reality is, they need tested side by side... because it is possible the PC has a more efficient compressor that requires less HP....
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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.
Brad/finish nailer will let you do a fence?? I always thought those only did small nails...
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Brad/finish nailer will let you do a fence?? I always thought those only did small nails...
When I'm repairing my fence I'm usually replacing pickets and not entire panels. I use a finish nailer to attach the thin spruce pickets to the rails so I don't split the pickets. Maybe there are better ways but this has worked well for me. A framing nailer would be more appropriate when replacing entire panels. I've used a framing nailer with this compressor to build large compost bins and raised beds, and it works fine with those nailers too.
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Good to know. I have an old 3gal harbor freight bought around 2006 that still works. It's only an emergency backup now. These all have finite lifespans like everything else. The issue here is when the tank explodes you will be in danger if you are near it. This is not even mentioning whatever you have around it like a car or wall.
Drain the moisture out of the tank on a regular basis, as they rust from the inside out.... and the tank will last several decades. The chance of a tank exploding is about as likely as being struck by lightning, but rather they develop pin hole leaks.
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Is this good to winterize my sprinkler system?
Probably, but that 6.5 HP Craftsman vac on sale at Ace Hardware works well from the discharge port.
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$199 at homedepot. $99 is the lowest price ever have seen!
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Good to know. I have an old 3gal harbor freight bought around 2006 that still works. It's only an emergency backup now. These all have finite lifespans like everything else. The issue here is when the tank explodes you will be in danger if you are near it. This is not even mentioning whatever you have around it like a car or wall.
This is a non-issue. If the tank rusts through it will form a pin hole leak first. Once the tank starts to leak like that it's done. Don't repair it and it won't pop.
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Complete BS. Bostitch is several lbs lighter, quieter, and runs at 150 psi, Dewalt is 165 psi. Both yellow, but different products. If you're buying tools based solely on color, then you're probably going to run into a lot of problems when doing projects.
Did I say they were the exact same thing? Nope. I said they were more-or-less the same thing, which means that there are some minor differences.

I doubt that you, or any other typical homeowner, would be able to tell which is which if they were all painted black.
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Did I say they were the exact same thing? Nope. I said they were more-or-less the same thing, which means that there are some minor differences.

I doubt that you, or any other typical homeowner, would be able to tell which is which if they were all painted black.
Actually I could:

A. Pick them up and know that the Bostitch would be lighter
B. Turn them on, and observe that the Bostitch is quieter
C. Use them, and observe that the DeWalt is more efficient.

Telling people to pick tools based on color is ridiculous.
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Actually I could:

A. Pick them up and know that the Bostitch would be lighter
B. Turn them on, and observe that the Bostitch is quieter
C. Use them, and observe that the DeWalt is more efficient.

Telling people to pick tools based on color is ridiculous.
A. The manufacturer pages say the Bostitch is 29lbs and the PC is 30lbs. Big whoop.
B. The Bostitch is claimed to be a few DBs quieter, but they have asterisks after the rating without explanation of how that number was measured. Don't fool yourself, they are both fricking loud.
C. The Dewalt has 10% higher psi, which means 10% more reserve, but at the same cfm that won't have much affect on the typical user (especially at twice the price).

As I said, they are more-or-less the same. You're just picking nits.
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A. The manufacturer pages say the Bostitch is 29lbs and the PC is 30lbs. Big whoop.
B. The Bostitch is claimed to be a few DBs quieter, but they have asterisks after the rating without explanation of how that number was measured. Don't fool yourself, they are both fricking loud.
C. The Dewalt has 10% higher psi, which means 10% more reserve, but at the same cfm that won't have much affect on the typical user (especially at twice the price).

As I said, they are more-or-less the same. You're just picking nits.
A. I didn't say PC. I mentioned the DeWalt. But I see what you did there. You switched to the "red" one.
B. Bostitch is rated at 78.5 dBA. The PC is 82 dBA. Apparently your understanding of this is limited to "they are both fricking loud." However, on a dBA scale, every 3 units represents a doubling. So they are "both fricking loud", but the PC is more than twice as loud at 3.5 dBA higher.
C. Glad you agree that the DeWalt is more efficient. Now we can strike that point off the list.
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A. I didn't say PC. I mentioned the DeWalt. But I see what you did there. You switched to the "red" one.
B. Bostitch is rated at 78.5 dBA. The PC is 82 dBA. Apparently your understanding of this is limited to "they are both fricking loud." However, on a dBA scale, every 3 units represents a doubling. So they are "both fricking loud", but the PC is more than twice as loud at 3.5 dBA higher.
C. Glad you agree that the DeWalt is more efficient. Now we can strike that point off the list.
A. Good grief, you didn't even mention the DeWalt until your third point, but no matter, it is 30lbs as well.

B. Without knowing the conditions under which the Db are measured, you can't directly compare them - the Bostitch page has two asterisks after the DB number without explanation, but I know from experience that it is damn loud.

C. The DeWalt is not more efficient. It has 10% higher psi which leads to 10% more reserve capacity, but the same 2.6scfm of the others. That means that if you can shoot 10 nails with the PC before the compressor kicks back on, you could shoot 11 with the DeWalt - but the DeWalt will take 10% more time to fill back up. All you gain with the DeWalt is a little more reserve.

Thank you for highlighting the minor differences between the 4 brands which is why I said that they were more-or-less the same, not the exact same. Now, would you like to nit-pick some more about what "more-or-less" means???
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A. Good grief, you didn't even mention the DeWalt until your third point, but no matter, it is 30lbs as well.

B. Without knowing the conditions under which the Db are measured, you can't directly compare them - the Bostitch page has two asterisks after the DB number without explanation, but I know from experience that it is damn loud.

C. The DeWalt is not more efficient. It has 10% higher psi which leads to 10% more reserve capacity, but the same 2.6scfm of the others. That means that if you can shoot 10 nails with the PC before the compressor kicks back on, you could shoot 11 with the DeWalt - but the DeWalt will take 10% more time to fill back up. All you gain with the DeWalt is a little more reserve.

Thank you for highlighting the minor differences between the 4 brands which is why I said that they were more-or-less the same, not the exact same. Now, would you like to nit-pick some more about what "more-or-less" means???
A. You're the one who mentioned DeWalt in your list of "equal" air compressors.
B. If you say they're the same, then why would the conditions they're measured be different? One is more than twice as loud as the other. This is why dBA is mentioned in the specs of pretty much all air compressors, and one of the major selling points for a lot of these is "quiet" tech.
C.If I can shoot 10 nails with one tank and 11 with another, then which is more efficient? Let's try an example in comparison. If I take a car that will go 100 miles on a tank of gas, and one that will go 110 miles, which one is more efficient if they require the same fuel input? Of course your nail example is silly anyway, but your argument is silly. If I can get more usage out of something on a single charge, then it would be safe to assume that item is more efficient.


You're welcome. Good discussion, but please try to contradict yourself less. TY and have a good day.
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A. You're the one who mentioned DeWalt in your list of "equal" air compressors.
B. If you say they're the same, then why would the conditions they're measured be different? One is more than twice as loud as the other. This is why dBA is mentioned in the specs of pretty much all air compressors, and one of the major selling points for a lot of these is "quiet" tech.
C.If I can shoot 10 nails with one tank and 11 with another, then which is more efficient? Let's try an example in comparison. If I take a car that will go 100 miles on a tank of gas, and one that will go 110 miles, which one is more efficient if they require the same fuel input? Of course your nail example is silly anyway, but your argument is silly. If I can get more usage out of something on a single charge, then it would be safe to assume that item is more efficient.


You're welcome. Good discussion, but please try to contradict yourself less. TY and have a good day.
A. Are you just trying to distract from the fact that they're all about 30lbs?

B. The fact that there's unexplained asterisks leads to the likely possibility that the measurements were taken differently.

C. A 10% larger fuel tank does not make a car more efficient.

As I've maintained all along, there are some differences between the four brands. I think they're pretty minor differences, you think they're pretty major.
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