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[Home Depot] Home depot. In-store only.Husky 20 gal air compressor with imact, rachet and 25 ft hose . 139.99$

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[Home Depot] Home depot. In-store only.Husky 20 gal air compressor with imact, rachet and 25 ft hose . 139.99$

Husky 20 gal air compressor with imact, rachet and 25 ft hose . (In store only) 139.99

Found in Quebec for 139.99. Small compressor for light work. If you do not need the impact and the ratchet, it's possible to sell the tools and keep the compressor.

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... 1000654548

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... 1000765876

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/husky- ... 1000839720
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Which Home Depot in Quebec?
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Home depot Greenfield Park
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Compress my home🤣Smiling Face With Open MouthSmiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling EyesSmiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat
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$188 in Ontario. Still a good deal.
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Seems super cheap considering it includes tools, hose etc.! However I assume it is also loud as all hell?
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ES_Revenge wrote: Seems super cheap considering it includes tools, hose etc.! However I assume it is also loud as all hell?
A bit louder than my small compressor but it’s relative since this motor is bigger.
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Oil less, so expect it to be LOUD.
ES_Revenge wrote: Seems super cheap considering it includes tools, hose etc.! However I assume it is also loud as all hell?
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I assume this would be good/fine for blowing out sprinklers? Thinking about buying it (assuming I can find it) and then selling the air tool attachments.
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RockiestMountains wrote: I assume this would be good/fine for blowing out sprinklers? Thinking about buying it (assuming I can find it) and then selling the air tool attachments.
According to a question in the reviews, Husky is confirming that yes, it would be fine.
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petah wrote: $188 in Ontario. Still a good deal.
Where did you find that price? I don't see anything on the website. Hoping in-store might be 139 but don't want to rush over if you can validate price.

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Just checking, anyone think this would make for a good computer duster? Can it blow as hard as a compressed air can?
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throbbingdeal wrote: Just checking, anyone think this would make for a good computer duster? Can it blow as hard as a compressed air can?
I'm sure it blows, harder.
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Really YMMV. HD in anjou wasn’t 139$. Went to the Greenfield Park one and picked it up. One left on the floor as I type this. Located in the front alley near the power tools.
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This is probably a decent compressor but for automotive use with the tools it's going to be running non stop and probably still won't get the stubborn bolts/nuts off, I have a 60 gallon at 150psi at home and if I'm using a die grinder it's still running alot, just my word of advice, I'm sure it's good for changing winter and summer tires etc.
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Would like to have this to blow out sprinklers and for changing tires. Will go look at local HD.
Is there a specific section it would be in?
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Raimond wrote: Would like to have this to blow out sprinklers and for changing tires. Will go look at local HD.
Is there a specific section it would be in?
Compressors are normally near the power tools.
If not there, might be in the Clearance/Special Buys sections near front of store.
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RockiestMountains wrote: I assume this would be good/fine for blowing out sprinklers? Thinking about buying it (assuming I can find it) and then selling the air tool attachments.
When the sprinkler guys come in the fall to blow out the sprinkler system they use a huge gas powered air compressor.

Doubt this would have adequate pressure to properly clear the lines of standing water.

Go cheap and pay later for burst pipes imo.

Googled info: To properly blow out a sprinkler system, your air compressor needs to provide at least 20 cubic feet per minute. Most irrigation professionals recommend using at least 50 cubic feet per minute.
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Gametreed wrote: This is probably a decent compressor but for automotive use with the tools it's going to be running non stop and probably still won't get the stubborn bolts/nuts off, I have a 60 gallon at 150psi at home and if I'm using a die grinder it's still running alot, just my word of advice, I'm sure it's good for changing winter and summer tires etc.
Didn't everyone here already buy a cordless impact driver from Ridgid or Milwaukee (on sale recently) for changing tires? :-)

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