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Charlieskidstrucking@comast.net air pressure stoped at 120 i need 175 how do i get there

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Sorry but this compressor will only supply up to a maximum of 130 psi. That is all it will do, so this compressor will not suit your needs of 175 psi. There is no way to make it produce more. You simply need a larger compressor. This Northstar compressor will suit your needs. http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_290954_290954

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