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    Craftsman 120psi compressor

    In new condition with instruction book. I got it in Spokane and then a couple weeks later, boxed it up for storage. Used a couple times to maintain tire pressure in winter. If you don't have a compressor at home, this would be awesome to make sure your tires are always up to spec without having to pay a gas station. $35 cash, local pickup only.

    Really cool looking with red paint, asymmetrical design, dual quick-disconnects, a couple of gauges to make you look like a rocket surgeon, a big knob, high-pressure hoses and all sorts of other cool shit which leads to more chest hair and testosterone production. Even wives would love that 125psi blast of foundation evenly on their faces rather than that tedious and primitive, manual brush I guess. Why spend three hours applying war paint when it can be done in half a second?

    One whole HP! It's like having an entire Budweiser Clydesdale horse in one hand as opposed to those puny, 12-volt tire pumps that plug into a cigarette-lighter socket and take a year and a half to produce the kind of nuclear-like power this thing does within seconds. Plus, it prevents prostate cancer.

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    If you were local id get it from ya.

    put an MR sticker for instant HP gains!!

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    These are really helpful for small jobs too. A brad or nail gun, doing leak-down tests, short-use with an air hammer, etc. Even blowing out you car interior or engine bay with compressed air.

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