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PostPosted: Mon May 04, 2020 11:09 am 
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I picked up one of these off kijji last week and got it to pump my large tank from 2400 psi to 4000 psi. It took some time but worked great. I'm looking for a schematics on it as I want to change the oil and don't really want to tear into it blind. It has the cup type reservoir with a cap on the bottom. Anyone got any info that they could forward along. Thanks

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topher1266 wrote:
I picked up one of these off kijji last week and got it to pump my large tank from 2400 psi to 4000 psi.

My biggest concern is how old is that thing?
Sometimes, advice is worth what you pay for it - other times it's value depends on who gives it. In this case you can decide, but unless I knew what that beast had gone through during it lifetime and it was thoroughly inspected I wouldn't be operating it, specially at 4000 psi.
Fatigue and corrosion and corrosion-fatigue would be my big concern.
Compressors get a lot hotter than HPA tanks, and they cycle zero-max every fill, that's a very aggressive fatigue cycle.

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