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Central Pneumatic or Devillbiss Pro 4000 or Husky


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Hi Everyone,

Im trying to get a used compressor for my home just for working on my cars or if I ever do my fence
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Here are my choices

Central Pneumatic Upright Mdel 47065 3 HP 21 GL $125 comes with reel hose. Low Hours used

Husky Upright 1.5 HP 21 GL 150 PSI New $125 - oil free

Devillbiss Proo 4000 5 HP 20 GL
$125 low hours Comes with hose, ratchet and impact wrench oil free

Thanks in advance

 

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"Devillbiss Proo 4000 5 HP 20 GL $125 low hours Comes with hose, ratchet and impact wrench oil free"

Looks like the best deal to me. The 5 HP will give you faster air recovery. The Central Pneumatic would be my 2nd choice. Husky compressors are rebranded Campbell Hausfield's

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"Devillbiss Proo 4000 5 HP 20 GL $125 low hours Comes with hose, ratchet and impact wrench oil free"

Looks like the best deal to me. The 5 HP will give you faster air recovery. The Central Pneumatic would be my 2nd choice. Husky compressors are rebranded Campbell Hausfield's

In your opinion, how does Central pneumatic rank in compressors for you?

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"Devillbiss Proo 4000 5 HP 20 GL $125 low hours Comes with hose, ratchet and impact wrench oil free"

Looks like the best deal to me. The 5 HP will give you faster air recovery. The Central Pneumatic would be my 2nd choice. Husky compressors are rebranded Campbell Hausfield's

here is the Pro 4000

 

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Central Pneumatic compressors aren't to bad. They're on of the 3 gems at HF.

DR99 is right about the oil less noise, but no more than your going to use it, it shouldn't be an issue and the maintenance would be a bigger hassle than any benefit would be worth IMO.

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Last count I had Craftsman was being made by Sanborn. Decent compressors. I believe they make the Kobalt compressors for Lowe's too. I'm getting ready to buy a 5 hp 80 gallon Ingersoll Rand myself. I still haven't completely ruled out the Kobalt yet though.

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