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Old 11-10-2012, 09:49 AM   #1
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Buying Air Compressor - Oil Lubed Husky L13HPD

I'm considering buying this 3 gal 110 psi oil lubed air compressor from Home Depot.
I will keep it in one of the compartments for use to maintain tire pressure up to 110 psi.

Does anyone have one already?
Do you know a better one with the similiar size and price?

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Husky L13HPD from Home Depot $99

Husky 3-gal. compressor features a 1 HP induction motor with oil-lube operation. This air compressor has a direct-drive pump for convenience and an oil sight glass that makes it easy to check the oil level for safe operation. This air compressor has an aluminum tank for a long life.

  • 1 HP induction motor with oil-lube operation
  • Direct-drive pump has no belts or pulleys to replace for convenience
  • Single-hand operation for convenience
  • Quick connect helps you quickly change applications
  • Oil sight glass makes it easy to check the oil level at a glance for safety
  • Dedicated tank and tool regulator gauges for convenience
  • Colors may vary
  • 9-piece accessory kit includes blow gun, OSHA safety nozzle, blow gun adapter, 1/4 in. female quick connect, 1/4 in. male plug, 1/4 in. female plug, inflation needle, 6 in. dual tire chuck, and sealing tape
  • MFG Brand Name : Husky
  • MFG Model # : L13HPD
  • MFG Part # : L13HPD
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Old 11-10-2012, 10:34 AM   #2
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I have a Cushman Wakefield ac powered inflator that I purchased from Walmart many years ago for about 40 bucks. I top off 3 or 4 lbs. every now and then with no problem.
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Old 11-10-2012, 06:28 PM   #3
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Well we bought the Husky air compressor.
It build up 125 psi less than a minute. Perfect for topping off the 22.5 " tires on my Georgetown. I really liked it being it is oil lubed which should make it last a little long than the oil-less ones. I also picked it up for $89.10 being I have a military ID.
So far very happy
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Old 11-10-2012, 06:31 PM   #4
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Just make sure it fits in the compartment you are thinking of.
My pancake compressor does not fit and has to ride in the truck when I take it along. I am in the market for one that will fit. The Kobalt one looks like it might, but replacing my compressor is pretty low on my winter "to do" list.
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I carry a Porter Cable C1010. It fits in my under bed storage compartment. It works well for a $99 air compressor.
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Old 11-10-2012, 07:17 PM   #6
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I carry a Porter Cable C1010. It fits in my under bed storage compartment. It works well for a $99 air compressor.
That certainly looks like the one going on my Santa list.
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That certainly looks like the one going on my Santa list.
Herk, I'll let you know when Amazon marks them back down. HoHoHo
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Iggy, be sure you also have a way to secure the compressor in the compartment.
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I'm considering buying this 3 gal 110 psi oil lubed air compressor from Home Depot.
I will keep it in one of the compartments for use to maintain tire pressure up to 110 psi.

Does anyone have one already?
Do you know a better one with the similiar size and price?

Thanks

Husky L13HPD from Home Depot $99

Husky 3-gal. compressor features a 1 HP induction motor with oil-lube operation. This air compressor has a direct-drive pump for convenience and an oil sight glass that makes it easy to check the oil level for safe operation. This air compressor has an aluminum tank for a long life.

  • 1 HP induction motor with oil-lube operation
  • Direct-drive pump has no belts or pulleys to replace for convenience
  • Single-hand operation for convenience
  • Quick connect helps you quickly change applications
  • Oil sight glass makes it easy to check the oil level at a glance for safety
  • Dedicated tank and tool regulator gauges for convenience
  • Colors may vary
  • 9-piece accessory kit includes blow gun, OSHA safety nozzle, blow gun adapter, 1/4 in. female quick connect, 1/4 in. male plug, 1/4 in. female plug, inflation needle, 6 in. dual tire chuck, and sealing tape
  • MFG Brand Name : Husky
  • MFG Model # : L13HPD
  • MFG Part # : L13HPD
howdy:i installed one on my 2012 378 a craftman that works real well.it is listed 6-21-2011 name petey
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