The new shop only has 15 amp 120v power so it will only run maybe a 5 CFM 120v compressor and that won't cut it for truck tires. I'm only budgeting so much money each year for the project and new 240v service is down the road a ways. The first main goal now that the walls are done is cement floor, enough light to get by, a source of heat and enough air capacity to change tires on a truck. The compressor I do have is a high dollar commercial grade two stage 18 CFM and is underused so this the route I chose to go. Jim
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