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PORT PERRY, ONT

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35 gal Webster air compressor
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Works perfectly 

Works excellent

Single cylinder Webster, Cast iron head 1966 vintage, Used regularly

230 amp 2 stage, breaker panel and wiring upgrades included Hose included

Great for any shop or garage. Moved and want to sell

asking $500 obo but I want it gone. Located in port perry 



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PORT PERRY, ONT

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I need this gone

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CAMPBELLFORD, ONT

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Beans, this is the compressor for you ! In the right town to view even...

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COURTICE, ONT

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Ah wish I could - just not a good time for me - no cash to make a reasonable offer.

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PORT PERRY, ONT

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I'd take $300 if anyone is interested

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St THOMAS, ONT

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How much cfm will it put out at 90psi??

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PORT PERRY, ONT

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Unsure of cfm. This compressor was originally used to run a multi bay shop for servicing house trailers

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What is the date on the tag on the tank? Webster has been out of business for a long time.

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CAMPBELLFORD, ONT

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Easy enough to buy service parts etc still ... in Brampton!
http://www.macair.ca/parts/



-- Edited by Chris Stapley on Wednesday 4th of October 2017 08:59:12 PM

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35 gal seems like a very small tank for a 230 amp compressor. I have a Webster that is 80 gal. I also have a 2 1/2 hp Craftsman that is 35 gal.



-- Edited by MScott on Thursday 5th of October 2017 09:49:45 PM

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MScott wrote:

35 gal seems like a very small tank for a 230 amp compressor. I have a Webster that is 80 gal. I also have a 2 1/2 hp Craftsman that is 35 gal.



-- Edited by MScott on Thursday 5th of October 2017 09:49:45 PM


 I do not go by the voltage unless you are talking PH. also. To me the speed of a motor 1700 rpm for example you are talking one not bought at princess auto but a good compressor. The Webster should be a slower motor and that is why it has been around so long. You should scrap a tank that is over 35 years for safety reasons for internal rust. Just my thoughts!



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Windsor wrote:

Unsure of cfm. This compressor was originally used to run a multi bay shop for servicing house trailers


 Took at the top of the head and see if one cylinder is larger than the other. If it is larger it will be a two stage rated at 160 psi at least. If not it should be rated at 120 psi. 



-- Edited by Smokin Joe on Friday 6th of October 2017 10:40:43 PM



-- Edited by Smokin Joe on Friday 6th of October 2017 10:41:14 PM

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PORT PERRY, ONT

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Hey guys. Thanks for the replies.
SOLD

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