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Old 06-19-2008, 11:35 AM   #1
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Getting rid of a few things....check it out...update more added.

Great condition Porter Cable 60 gallon upright air compressor. When I got it, the PO had run the pump dry and had it wired wrong. The pump was burned up, so I got a brand new one for it and rewired it with a longer cord that is pb around 10ft. Great condition, has kept up with a paint gun, impact, sand blasting gun, you name it, great condition compressor. Here is a link to the model. New pump has barely been used, had alot of school so it hasnt seen alot of use the past couple of years. Asking $325.

http://www.acetoolonline.com/Product..._source=nextag

Next is a supplied air respirator that I pieced together. Used it to paint the interior and several pieces on my truck. The pump is a oil-less dual diaphram pump made by thomas, I think is 1/4 or 1/8 hp, and was used for a short time in a dentist office and is used for many other medical purposes. This unit is a compressor/vacuum pump combo. Here are the specs on the unit.
115 AC, 60 Hz. 3.9 amps
3.5 cfm, 40psi max
27"Hg vacuum
9.25" long, 7.25" tall, 5" wide
15 pounds 14 ounces

The mask is from a mining application where natural gas leaks are a threat, and forms a completely sealed mask for the operator. It has a full face mask that has a webbed strap that wraps around the back of the head and each of the 5 adjustment straps let it seal around heads of any size and shape. The hose coming off of the mask is about 2 or 3 ft long and has a regulator and belt clip on the end, there is an adapter for air hose with quick disconnects to connect to a length of air hose, and there are 3 coil hoses that are on the compressor that have quick disconnects on it as well with an inline regulator and filter. The system works great with 25ft or less of line between it and the mask, but past that would be a stretch to have an adequate supply of air. You can compare this system to others in the $600-$700 range since I have used a few of the others off and on. The whole breathing system has been used just once. I have run the pump several times to test the unit, but the mask has been used just once since being brand new. Even has the original tear away plastic still on the face shield. Sorry for the novel, but I need to adequately describe the unit to make sure there are no misunderstandings. Asking $375

Thought I would use this stuff more, but I dont and need to clear space and make some money for my wedding coming up.

Here are a few more things I am seeing sitting around collecting dust and wont be able to use for quite some time. This sucks...


Winchester model 94 lever action 30-30. SOLD

Also my surround sound system. It is a receiver with a built in dvd player, am/fm radio, 6 channels of sound output, 1 front center, 2 front sides, 2 rear sides and 1 powered sub. The brand is koss, its been in a box since I moved and wont really be using it. I think the output is 780 watts and it can really put out some sound, have had some neighbors complain in the past. $100

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Old 06-20-2008, 09:36 PM   #2
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$300 for the compressor and $250 for the respirator.......common guys want this stuff gone, someone has to be looking for this stuff.

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Old 06-22-2008, 09:06 PM   #3
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Old 06-24-2008, 02:20 PM   #4
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Old 07-17-2008, 07:45 AM   #5
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to the top, rifle sold, respirator sold.

New price on air compressor, $250. This thing needs to go asap.

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