re: " Where does it get its power from?"
It uses electricity.
No, wait, it uses air.
No, wait, it's cordless.
No, wait, it uses diesel fuel.
No, wait. it's just a really expensive hammer.
err...how about a link or a model number so we can see what tool you
are talking about?
I feel sorry for Smitty being embarrassed like that. We have a reputation
to live up to. I feel like a slacker if at least once a day someone does
not say "asshole" after I make a comment. My wife obliges often!
Unless his local Home Depot has a special on a model not selling for
$89 on the website. Perhaps something on those overpriced clearance
tables that they (mine) often set up.
Besides, when you come looking for help, you shouldn't expect others
to have to do a bunch of searching to figure out what you are talking
about. If you are at the website looking at an item, how hard is it to
copy the link and paste it in the post?
Besides besides, I was too busy writing my witty response to spend
time searching the Home Depot website.
I have a little compressor I bought at a local builders store.
Smaller than that one. It takes forever to pump up. With the Harbor
fittings, there was little build up. They seem to leak. I get by just
fine in the garage
with the 3 HP though using the same fittings.
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