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oh wow. yea i think im gonna go with the IR Type 30. Specs: OR do you think its worth an extra $700 to get the 7.5hp 24cfm one?

  • HP: 5
  • Tank size/Configuration: 80-Gal. Vertical
  • Stationary or Portabal: Stationary
  • Capacity (cfm) @ 175 psig: 14.0
  • Max Pressure (psig): 175
  • Dimensions (L x W x H - in): 48 x 40 x 76
  • Net Weight (lbs): 505
  • Tank Outlet (in): 0.50
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We have two Ingersoll Rand Type-30 Reciprocating Air Compressors. THey have worked just fine for us.

 

Same. We bought two from a friend for around $3k total. We have one running all the time an one as a backup plumbed in and ready.

 

All compressors will die eventually. We are just ready for it. Having a compressor go down will cripple your shop.

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I bought a used 2 stage off craigslist. It was a steal, some old man had dreams of restoring a jeep and bought a ton of nice equipment for his garage... He passed away and kids were selling all of it on craigslist, they just wanted it gone. Included a free air hose real, hose and drain (all very nice, compressor still on pallet). It is serving me well so far

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