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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-27-2009, 01:36 AM Thread Starter
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Any one have one of these, and if so do you like it. We use a Honda 3500W and small air compressor in the back of pickup for service, but this seems a bit more compact and save some room in back of truck.

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Re: John Deere compresserator

Definitely saves a lot of room! Have a generator and compressor in the space I used to have just a compressor. I got the bigger one for pumping up truck tires a little faster. Used it all harvest season without any problems. If you look at the bigger one you are going to want electric start! Its a lot to pull over once it starts getting a little colder outside.





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Thanks for the info about the bigger one. By the way, couldn't help but notice Beardsly MN written on your pickup..........Do you know Bob Asfeld? He cuts up here in Canada were I'm at.
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will the little one push a welder?
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Re: John Deere compresserator

Can't speak to the compressorator, but I bought a deere compressor and couldn't be happier. It puts out 17.5 cfm at 175 psi which will take off the tightest nuts with the impact and air up tires quickly. Not sure what you do with the generator on your service truck as I have never had a need for one with cordless impacts and a cordless vacuum cleaner.

Looked at a compressorator, but the air cfm and pressures were not as good as a straight compressor.
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Compressorators are great. I have 2 of them in service trucks. Real happy with them.
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