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 Post subject: Got me a new toy today!
PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 5:55 pm 
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I order me a Bostitch air compresser two days ago for $80.30 free shipping from Amazon.com and got it today! Got it today! this is going to be fun no more hammer and nail LOL! :D


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Great score CJ! I bought one about a year ago and was wondering if I really needed it. Now I wonder how I ever worked without it.

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YOU SUCK! :D

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Nice score.. and yeah

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Great buy CJ! Great addition for your shop.

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nice 1! Keep her drained and dried out and it'll last for years (hopefully)

Don't forget to oil your air tools too-- you should have gotten a little tube with the machine that will last for a year or two (or 5)

Like Dennis mentioned, you'll find lots of uses other than a nail gun...
blowing off projects
keeping your bicycle, wheelbarrow, and truck tires inflated
blowing up balloons for parties (MUCH faster than using your lungs!)
"air goosing" buddies
shooing away tarantulas (in Arizona anyway)
oh yeah, and you can use it for tools too!

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Nice score, CJ. You'll find it comes in real handy. A word of advise, don't blow the air on your self, you could put an air bubble in your blood stream, and that ain't good!!


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And I remember when he was just starting out with some basic tools.


(snif) they grow up so fast! (snif)


Congrats CJ on the new aquisition!

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