A friend of mine wants to sell this 1953 Danish made industrial compressor...
Its in working condition and it can pump out 750 ltrs per minute
Its 1.5m long and will need a couple of pallets to move it.
As its located here in Denmark ,anyone interested will have to arrange transport for it.
Do you gentlemen have any use in your a garage for an air compressor...if so...what do you use it for and what specs/size compressor do you have
Many thanks for your replies
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Just fitted a Mitas E07 on the front of my AT ( my first attempt at tyre changing ) and I'm having a bit of bother getting the bead seated ( not a single pop yet :( ) . I'm tried six or seven times on my compressor using loads of lube and taking it up to 60 psi with the tyre valve core...
What is the best type of piston ring compressor to use when I put my cylinder back on my dominator?
Is it better to fit the piston first then slide the cylinder over it or place the piston in the bore and fiddle around underneath connecting the piston to the con rod?
So you're on crutches and can't get about that well but you want to keep your bike looking good.
What do you do? well if you've got a mate like Tony he brings his compressor and gun filled with ACF50 to your house in his van and gives it a good coating with the magic stuff.
So the man of the...
Anybody bought any of this kit ?, any pros and cons ??
Don't want to go overboard wonga wise as it is just for de scaling the beemer :D
I may have access to a compressor which may simplify the issue:thumbup:
Any recommendations would be appreciated
I had to go to Galashiels today to do some banking stuff and while walking back up the street I popped in to one of the shops for a nose around and I found this.
It is quite compact, comes with a lighter socket plug and various adapters for inflating beds,balls etc. Tried it...
getting the finishing touches for my french trip in may:p and found me old car compressor is too big:confused:.
so do I get a small 12v compressor for the pillow/air matt:thumbright: and hopefully never to be needed tyre puncture repair, or get a dual action small cycle pump...
Can anyone recommend a small 12V compressor suitable for emergency use on the bike. Space is at a premium so size is more important than speed. Pressure gauges and other luxuries are not required. I just want something small to inflate a tyre at the roadside should the need arise.
Ok - this is one for those of you who've dismantled the AT engine.
I'm rebuilding mine (again) - well, still at the dismantling stage actually, as it's got a few problems.
When I rebuilt it last time, I didn't use a compressor to fit the piston rings, but compressed them using my hands only...