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Speedy air compressor Pictures

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old

11-28-2010 09:37:10
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Well went out and got a couple pictures of the one I have. Not real good ones but at least good enough to get an idea of what the one I have looks like. Also found no place any where to add or drain oil so must be an oil-less unit of at least a sealed never need oil unit.

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GordoSD

11-28-2010 17:53:42
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 Re: Speedy air compressor Pictures in reply to old, 11-28-2010 09:37:10  
Rich, Try pushing your shutter button just half way down, hold it there for the count of two and then push it the rest of the way down. I think you are in auto focus mode and defeating it by pushing the button all the way down quickly. HTH

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old

11-28-2010 19:17:50
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 Re: Speedy air compressor Pictures in reply to GordoSD, 11-28-2010 17:53:42  
No it is this $15 wal mart pocket cam that is the problem. No half way down or any thing else. Works ok if I can steady it real well but on some things that is hard to do.



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VernMI

11-28-2010 13:51:15
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 Re: Speedy air compressor Pictures in reply to old, 11-28-2010 09:37:10  
Looks like a twin diaphragm pump to me. No oil required for those.



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JDseller

11-28-2010 10:05:28
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 Re: Speedy air compressor Pictures in reply to old, 11-28-2010 09:37:10  
My maternal Grand father had one just like that. It was the only air compressor he had. He would pump up his tires and such with it. He had put it on an old push mower deck so he could roll it around. His only tractor was a TO-30 he bought new in 1953. Farmed 100 acres and milked 25 cows by hand. Sold all of his milk in cans. He might not have been rich but you never met a happier person. He always was having a good day. Thanked the good Lord every day just for making life wonderful. I often think that he might have had it right. We all work to have "More" but what do we really gain??? I remember he always would take the time to take us grand kids fishing or play ball. My other Grand Dad always was too busy working to do anything like that. I respect both of them and miss them both. I do have more memories of my Maternal Grand Dad.

SORRY for getting off track. Just your picture brought back memeries!!!!!

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old

11-28-2010 10:22:13
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 Re: Speedy air compressor Pictures in reply to JDseller, 11-28-2010 10:05:28  
Hey that is ok guess at least the pictures did some one some good LOL. Ya back when I could still do a 9-5 job I always tried to work to live not live to work. Sad how most people live to work now days and are bitter and just have things to show for it but a person who works to live has there life's to show for all they have done and they enjoy what they have even if it is very little



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