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Old 03-07-2004, 01:02 AM   #1
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I am planing to buy compressor. Anyone have any experince with it. I am planing to use to paint some things like bumper, hood, just little stuff. How many psi does it have to have.

Driving Power: 2.5 HP
Power Source: 110V/60Hz
Max Outlet Pressure: 115 PSI
Restart Pressure: 70 PSI
Actual Air Flow: 4 CFM @ 90 PSI
Tank Capacity: 4.5 Gallon
Air Outlet Size: 1/4"
2 Gauges: Tank and Line
Infinitely variable line pressure regulator included
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I am planing to use something like this with it.
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I have a Craftsman 5.5 horse 30 gallon and i can use just about any air tool it puts out 6cfm at 90psi
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whats the psi of the paint gun say it wants that'll tell ya an without brand names an models cant tell ya much about it
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I use my dads Craftsman 5HP 30 Gallon compressor for everything, Impact wrenchs, filling tires, air nailer, sander, works beautifuly, check the back of the gun for its req'*, that will let you know,.
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That tank is too small, you never want the compresser running while you are spraying. 20gal at least...
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That tank is too small, you never want the compresser running while you are spraying. 20gal at least...
Yeah that is a bit small, a touch up spray gun needs 6-7cfm to be good. That small size is meant for finishing air nailer or insulators staple gun.
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