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I'm considering purchasing a pre-owned Coleman Piwermate 60 gal air compressor, but the selled doesn't know the SCFM@xxPSI info. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • scottihicks Jun 30, 2009

    Thanks for the help. I'll ask the seller if he can give me the info.

    Does anyone know where I could find the answer otherwise?


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It is posted right on the tag of the particular compressor. Should be any way. 

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

  • John Fourteen Six Jul 01, 2009

    Google the , (Coleman Powermate 60 gal air compressor) Ck all sites that sell one, and read the spects

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