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The Quincy 8-gallon (belt drive) wheelbarrow air compressor w/ 8.0 hp honda has been discontinued and is not available for purchase at this time.

Quincy 8-Gallon (Belt Drive) Wheelbarrow Air Compressor w/ 8.0 HP Honda

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Contractor Grade Air Compressors
Wheel Barrow
Tank Size

CFM @ 90 PSI
Honda Engine
8.0-HP GX240 Series
Long life, proven durability, runs quiet
Contractor recommend and approved
Less maintenance than other engines

Lasting Performance
Heavy-duty, cast-iron construction
Stainless-steel valves
Two-piece connection rods

Two-Cylinder Pump
Delivers more CFM to run more tools at the same time
Operates approximately 8 to 12 nailers

Heavy-Duty Construction
14-gauge steel air tank
16-gauge steel OSHA approved belt guard
6-gauge steel top plate with 8 welds
Metal rim ball bearing pneumatic tires with sealant

Automatic Throttle Control
Saves fuel and lowers operating noise level
Model Number: G18H82WPN5B
Tank Size:8 Gallons
Engine Type:GX240 Series
Fuel Tank: Gallon
CFM @ 40 PSI:20.6
CFM @ 90 PSI:18.0
Max Pressure:150 PSI
Certification:ASME / OSHA
Dimensions:45" x 26" x 26"
Product Weight:295 lbs (133.81 kilograms)
Consumer Warranty:2 Years
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Quincy G18H82WPN5B Reviews & Ratings
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Erich Scherer
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Quincy 8-gallon (belt Drive) Wheelbarrow Air Compressor W/ 8.0 Hp Honda Review
Looking for a compressor for a projected auto body repair business and bumper repair done in the field. Need enough cfm to run tools (sander, and paint guns 18 cfm I think is enough. Would like two stage electric. I been told a turbine compressor is the wayy to go however have not yet seen one. Thanks
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