SHOEBOX COMPRESSOR NOW $449.00

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    AGFAN
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    If you ever wanted a Shoebox compressor now is the time to buy! Technicor Industries has lowered the price of the Shoebox Max (3000 or 4500 psi version) to $449.00. The Shoeboxcompressor.com main page still says $649 but the new price of $449 is on the order page. They are also including a $30 O-ring super kit for free! 
    Go to http://www.shoeboxcompressor.com
     

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    sonny
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    Nice… have u got one ? wonder if they are good?

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    azccj
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    That’s a good price. Luckily I just sold my 5-6 year old one for nearly that price, but it included the shop compressor too. I guess those cheap Chinese compressors may be the cause of the discount. A Shoebox compressor will last almost forever since nearly every wearing part is available and cheap.

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    AGFAN
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    Tom Kaye did us all a great service when he came up with the Shoebox compressor. It’s made in America, built like a tank, user serviceable, and parts are always available. If you need help Tom will get back to you pretty quick. He and his wife are really good people to deal with. I think they may have lowered the price on the shoebox because of the new Air Venturi Power Booster. The Power Booster requires a more expensive 1st stage compressor that will run non stop. I think it’s made in China and not really 100% user serviceable. I like the concept but prefer the Shoebox over the AV Power Booster.

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    Dirte
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    When it all comes down to it……… Service service service! I’ve never been in a hurry to fill my tanks. But I would be in a hurry trying to find parts to fix my (overseas) compressor. A set of cheap o’rings and 30 minutes the SB is fully rebuilt.
    That’s a great price! Pays for itself quickly over running around town, or taking less shots because I’m pacing myself because I have limited air.

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    dodge3500
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    Amen brother!!!
    USA made
    Easily rebuilt
    Great customer service
    HARD TO BEAT IN MY BOOK:)

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    spysir
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    Not trying to hijack, tom & the shoebox certainly have helped many an aitrgunnner but ever since I ran across this I wondered who makes it, Tom? Other? $3,200 it seems like folks wanting walnut oil could mod a shoebox and save big$.
     There’s a rebuild video towards the bottom.
    https://ocolabs.com/extractors/

    Need a booster?
    Have a Wife who grows lavender or ……….. ?
    NEED to make HER extracts?
    Naturally if you don’t have one you will need a large bulk Co2 rifle ( opps, tank )…….. .

    John 

     

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    Hoosierdb
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    I’ve been all over the board on deciding what all do for sustainable Air Supply, this just made up my mind. Shoebox it is for me guys!

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    AGFAN
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    “Hoosierdb”I’ve been all over the board on deciding what all do for sustainable Air Supply, this just made up my mind. Shoebox it is for me guys!

    Good choice Hoosierdb! The shoebox is a great compressor at a very good price.  

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    Quad82
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    The Shoebox compressor is great. I just rebuilt both cylinders on mine last night for the first time. It didn’t need to be rebuilt. But with shooting the big-bore so much lately and it raining out, It was a good time to do it. It took about an hour to do both cylinders. Pretty simple and straight forward. Would have taken a lot less time if I had a good set of snap-ring plyers. It’s not fast filling a tank. But I fill them in ahead of time. It only takes a few min to fill the rifle. Sure beats a hand pump for a 4500 psi fill. Wish I had paid the $450 price. 

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    AGFAN
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    In my book slow and steady wins the race so long as its not a hand pump. For the price I’ll take a Shoebox over the more expensive compressors any day of the week. Its affordable, reliable, and user friendly.

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    acwilson004
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    I have a question about the shoebox, how large of compressor do you need feeding it. would a 5 gal pancake work as long as it can push 100-125psi

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    AGFAN
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    “acwilson004”I have a question about the shoebox, how large of compressor do you need feeding it. would a 5 gal pancake work as long as it can push 100-125psi

    
Yep that should work just fine per the Shoebox website. “You will need an oil free shop air compressor capable of 85 psi and about 1 cubic foot per minute output (125 psi and 3 cubic fpm output for the Freedom10 model).”

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    acwilson004
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    AGFAN, thanks for clearing that up.

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    AGFAN
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    No problem acwilson004. Glad I could help.

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    AGFAN
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    Well they dropped the 3000 psi version of the Shoebox Max and raised the price to $494.00. I think all in all that’s still a pretty good deal since it looks like they are throwing in the fan upgrade. 

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    dirtbikerick
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    It looks like their website shows the shoebox max is out of stock, bummer I was ready to pull the trigger.

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    AGFAN
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    “dirtbikerick”It looks like their website shows the shoebox max is out of stock, bummer I was ready to pull the trigger.

    dirtbikerick,
    
There have been a lot of changes to their web site. Try following this link. I just tried it and they have one in stock. 

    http://www.shoeboxcompressor.com/order/compressors/shoebox-max-4500-psi-compressor.html

    You have to scroll down and complete the page to add the item to your cart.

    Hope this helps

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    dirtbikerick
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    Thanks for that, I’ll check it out.

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    intenseaty22
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    So any thoughts on the standard model vs the F10? the price difference seems to be pretty significant. Why would someone choose one over the other? 

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