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Re: I-R Compressors

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01-25-2013 20:02:16

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Here is the story straight from the I-R rep. They are all the same once you get into the 7.5 hp range. If it was a special TSC model it would have TS in front of the model number. Same would be true for other companies.

I asked why I should buy it straight from I-R rather than TSC. I-R was $2400 and TSC is $1900 so what was the difference. Well, I-R comes with a startup kit. That would be compressor oil and an air filter. For all I know TSC comes with it, too. The other thing is I-R offers a 2 year warranty on the pump. IMO, big deal. If it doesn't fail in the first year you are probably good for the next 5.

Our JD dealer must be better than the throw away Deeres. They don't have many little machines on the floor.

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01-26-2013 09:15:31

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 Re: I-R Compressors in reply to sflem849, 01-25-2013 20:02:16  
It's up to each dealer what models they want to carry, but of someone buys one from Lowes or Home Depot it's still the dealer that come out and gives it an inspection and set up for the owner. The compressor I was referring to from TSC that I used I thought the problem was it the pump was turning to fast. I have one that is the same size tank that I built but I put a bigger compressor on mine that turns less rpm's than the IR from TSC and I have no where near the problem with moisture with mine. I figure they turn the pump faster to compensate for it not really be a big enough pump. But the downside is it heats the air up to much and when it cools down in the tank and lines you got water.

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