What size air compressor

What size air compressor should I purchase to blow out an inground pools water lines. Also to blow out an outside water line that runs under ground and approximately 70 feet slightly uphill to a water faucet used by the pool.
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Any small one with a 3 to 5 gallon tank will do. You only have a couple of hundred cubic inches of tubing to fill and even a small compressor will give you all the pressure you need.
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Agreed with adequacy of a small unit. Since this is a "burst" type application rather than continuous supply, an air pig can be cheaply added to the system to increase initial capacity.
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On Wed, 21 Nov 2007 11:37:33 -0800 (PST), snipped-for-privacy@verizon.net wrote:

A regular wet/dry shop vac should do that.
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Most anything will do. Since it doesn't have to hold pressure for long periods of time, a used one would suffice. Shop around. DO NOT buy an oilless. They are obnoxiously noisy and wear out quickly. You should be able to get a good used one pretty cheap.
Steve
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