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:lol: thanks for clearing that up guys, I thought ESD was "extra sensory deception" , I kinda get that after a bottle of J.D.

but I am old enough to remember the first ground staff that got killed by jet static , b4 carbon was added to aircraft tires ,

BTW anyone been involved in monsoon proofing circuit boards , back in the 70's it involved spraying a waterproof wax on circuit boards , the favorite trick was to wait in the gents toilet and spay some guys dick , it took weeks to wash off  :evil6:

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Such a fuss over a 5$ can of compressed air? I've used it for years, beats the hell outa an expensive compressor XD You just have to be careful and use common sense ^_^

Actually mine doesn't cast me anything to sit in the garage. Saves me $5 every time. But I do fine it difficult to air up a tire with a can of air.  :evil:

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Such a fuss over a 5$ can of compressed air? I've used it for years, beats the hell outa an expensive compressor XD You just have to be careful and use common sense ^_^

Actually compressors aren't that expensive, they are good for so many things.  :evil6: and you don't have to worry about a liquid that could destroy what your working on.

Actually mine doesn't cast me anything to sit in the garage. Saves me $5 every time. But I do fine it difficult to air up a tire with a can of air.  :evil:

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For the price of a measly 20 cans of the canned stuff you could be the proud owner of this baby with a 10 gallon reserve.

http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=8728034

OR...

for the price of 22 cans you could have this lightweight baby with a nailer thrown ot to irritate  some one. Or nail some trim.  :evil6:

http://www.cpocampbellhausfeld.com/air_compressors/home_and_car_care_air_compressors/fp209599av.html?ref=bizratefp209599av

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For the price of a measly 20 cans of the canned stuff you could be the proud owner of this baby with a 10 gallon reserve.

http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=8728034

OR...

for the price of 22 cans you could have this lightweight baby with a nailer thrown ot to irritate  some one. Or nail some trim.  :evil6:

http://www.cpocampbellhausfeld.com/air_compressors/home_and_car_care_air_compressors/fp209599av.html?ref=bizratefp209599av

Ah, get a nice craftsman 20 - 80 gallon one with a 5 horse motor and your good to go...  :evil6:

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OH I've got nicer ones.  One is a twin tank 8 hp kawaski gasoline wheelbarrow that kicks ass. Got it when roofing.

And a lightweight easy carry Hitachi myself. Seldom use the Kaw. Neither one is oiless. Oiled is way better.  :azn:

But for comparison's sake those were  not very expensive on the budget and would give some decent air pressure.  :wink:

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how do u KNOW it's lightweight??...looks pretty heavy to me and i don't see where it says the weight :haha: but i do want it...u buying it for me?...i have this little one about the size of a shoe box...it'll even pump up a tire...never used it for blowing dust away tho...never even thought of it

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how do u KNOW it's lightweight??...looks pretty heavy to me and i don't see where it says the weight :haha: but i do want it...u buying it for me?...i have this little one about the size of a shoe box...it'll even pump up a tire...never used it for blowing dust away tho...never even thought of it

Thats a lightweight. He won't buy that one for ya.

Hes gonna buy you this real one http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00916781000P?vName=Automotive&cName=Tools&Equipment&sName=Air%20Compressors%20&%20Inflators&psid=YAHOOSHOP01&sid=IDx20070921x00003b

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actually i do have a big one like that...it's pretty old...and i have a couple of roll around ones too...i like my little one...i don't ever use the big ones...well the one i did use for painting once...made a big mess :haha:

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I'll buy you one of these then momma. For a lousy $.25 you can fill it to your hearts desire at almost any local gas station, and no moving parts to break. A whole lot less then $5.  :kiss:

http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_6970_200319119_200319119

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