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Bernd
 
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Default 60 gallon air compressor

I've always wanted a large compressor to run air grinders, sand blasters and
so forth. So I started looking at what was available at the local home
stores and other places. Seems the 60 gallon and 80 gallon compressors range
any were from $800.00 to over $1000.00. I then remembered haveing a 2
cylinder compressor laying around, so I assembled my own 60 gallon
compressor. To see the full story go to my web site at:

http://www.kingstonemodeleng.com/Mac...compressor.htm

Bernd


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Richard J Kinch
 
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Default 60 gallon air compressor

Bernd writes:

http://www.kingstonemodeleng.com/Mac...compressor.htm


I like the PET jar as an oil reservoir. If you transported one of those
back 2000 years, it would be in the king's palace, and we thrown them away.
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