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Craftsman 2-Gallon Single Stage Portable Electric Hot Dog Air Compressor

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Lowe's.com has Craftsman 2-Gallon Single Stage Portable Electric Hot Dog Air Compressor (CMXECXA0200244) on sale for $39.98. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits. Thanks hustoncontrol

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Features oil free pump, 125 max psi working pressure for more usable air. Integrated control panel with two gauges, big regulator knob and quick coupler for easy operation. -slickdewmaster

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Was $59 on BF, now $40 (Online and in-store)

https://www.lowes.com/pd/CRAFTSMA...1000940484
  • Oil free pump, less maintenance
  • 125 max psi working pressure for more usable air
  • Reinforced frame to well protect pump/motor from damage
  • Strong handle with grip for easy carrying
  • Integrated control panel with two gauges, big regulator knob and quick coupler for easy operation
  • 6 foot cord with cord wrap design
  • Great for recreational, inflation jobs and brad, staplers
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Created 12-19-2019 at 12:58 PM by hustoncontrol
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Damn, you can keep up with a pneumatic nailer? Kudos sir, kudos.
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How else do you get grip in ice and snow?
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Putting nails in tires should be avoided.
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0.33 HP. I have a similar spec compressor. Good for pumping up tires and not much else.
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0.33 HP. I have a similar spec compressor. Good for pumping up tires and not much else.
It'd be pretty slow for inflating tires, but should be fine for nailers and staplers.
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.5 CFM at 90 PSI. VERY slow recovery rate.
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My bicycle pump already does this better and faster.
Damn, you can keep up with a pneumatic nailer? Kudos sir, kudos.
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Damn, you can keep up with a pneumatic nailer? Kudos sir, kudos.
Putting nails in tires should be avoided.
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Putting nails in tires should be avoided.
How else do you get grip in ice and snow?
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How else do you get grip in ice and snow?
Maybe wrap zip ties around the tires?
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Good for an airbrush?
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Damn. I just ate lunch but this deal made me hungry again.
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