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New service truck compressor/welder recommendations

Discussion in 'Trucks' started by Hardline, Dec 19, 2014.

  1. Hardline

    Hardline Senior Member

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    Looking for anytime with experience with Vanair products. I my current service truck I have a gas mi t m compressor that is about 19cfm. And air bobcat 225. Looking at a Vanair Airnarc 150. It is 20cfm and 190 amps which should be plenty. Plus it has a 12/24 volt dc 300amp charging circuit. The smaller size all in 1 unit less maintenance appeals to me. I can get new mi t m and bobcat for 5000. Vanair will be 6600. Thanks. JJ.
     
  2. mikebramel

    mikebramel Senior Member

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    Did you ever go ahead with this?