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Tuxing double cylinder pcp air compressor – taking the plunge.

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    airgunfans
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    Eaglebeak

    You can't complain about support like that. It's nice to know that some of these Chinese companies are willing to back their products. If only some of the middle-men that onsell the products had the same ethics.

    Can't agree more. I buy from Taobao of China, an e-commerce platform like Ebay operated by Alibaba. Customers can chat with sellers on line and the replies are often instant. I am yet to experience anything close when doing on-line shopping in other parts of the world. 

    Many has complained about the lack of user instructions for Chinese products but I have never seen such feedback from buyers in China because they can get instant answers from the sellers on line.  Man power in China is still very cheap so they can afford to do so.

    The lack of support for these product when sold aboard is mostly due to those middle-men who want to reap profit quickly without spending resources to offer the required support.  

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    My two cylinder Tuxing has been repaired by Nick ( @socaloldman ) with the repair parts that Tuxing sent to me; a new breaker, power switch and motor controller.   He's using it now for his own personal use, and its working like a champ.  I moved from Carlsbad CA in the 'burbs to San Diego downtown in Mission Hills in the past 6 months. Houses are close together and the noise from the Tuxing was getting too many complaints. Nick did a great job repairing it, and updating some of my sloppy wiring. He's topped off 3 tanks so far all the way to 4500 psi, so I think the repairs were a success. I also gave him enough repairs parts like seals, O-rings, piston rings, etc. to rebuild the compressor at least 3 times… Thanks @josoo for sending the Tuxing repair parts!!!

    This is the last of my posts on the Tuxing. If you'd like to know more about it feel free to PM Nick, I'm sure he'll answer your questions. Thanks for all the 7713 views and numerous accuracy points, I appreciate it!  I'll be reporting on the 3 stage Daystate LC110 as time goes by on another post.

    Mike

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    Centercut
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    FYI, this compressor is still running like a champ 3 1/2 years later…  ;)

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    Blankshot17
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    Thank you for the update, and even though I have only a cheapie compressor.  I am always under the belief if you take care of something and give it an opportunity to perform, if will usually last beyond expectations. I have made small modifications to mine and it is doing well, knock on wood. 

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