Air compressor parts?

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Re: Air compressor parts?

Post by Kuroneko » Thu Apr 18, 2019 4:44 pm

JerryCan wrote:
Thu Apr 18, 2019 4:39 pm
Kuroneko wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:53 pm
.... post findings/price thanks. Good luck :thumb:
Total bill $15.50, including $3.50 for 700 ml of oil (wasn't necessary, but why not?), and I still have more than half the bottle leftover.

The adjustable regulator was bad ($8, and came with a new pressure gauge, although there's no PSI reading, only atmospheres which is annoying for a damn imperialist like me). Also went ahead and replaced all the fittings and valves attached to the main head $4 more because I noticed they were much better quality than my originals. No need for the capacitor, regulator was causing the starting issues.

Only gripe is that the new regulator's plastic adjustment knob has already fallen off, although internally it doesn't leak like the previous one, so I'll have to glue that on if I can be arsed.

All stuff from Russian market, but it was half empty and most tool sellers were still on vacation.
Glad you got it all fixed :thumb:
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Re: Air compressor parts?

Post by JerryCan » Thu Apr 18, 2019 6:42 pm

I'll add that I didn't attempt the route 5 shops so I don't know if there was better stuff or prices because it was too far and I was already too hot, so I stopped at an air conditioned cafe, grabbed some coffee and then headed to the market.
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