Yeah Wayne National has I believe a 50" width restriction to detour buggy and jeep trail riding.
Well, this purchase turned out to be a bad idea. The pressure switch has failed twice. It will kick off at 150psi, but the valve gets stuck open and then pump kicks on at 90. It works against the leak to 150psi. And then stuck. Have to drain the whole tank to allow it to reset itself. I can't have issues like this.Done. Ordered the 60-gal Max Air unit. My current compressor is now listed on CL.
I've got a PureGas heatless air dryer I haven't hooked up yet, but have relied on dessicants and coalescers. But my problem slowing lurking in priority is POWER. I've max'd out my 100A service in the shop. Can't run more than two big 220v 30a/50a items at once and about every 6mos I'm either up-sizing something or adding something big. House only has 200A and then the shop takes 100A from there. Need to talk to First Energy about upgrading to 400A. Won't be cheap since the shop is 100' from the road and my cables are underground and run under my asphalt drive.A 7-1/2 HP x 80 gallon tank will be a good choice to drive a bead blaster provided that you can keep the air dry.
Dropped a chunk-o-change on 75' of 6-2 wire, a 50A 2pole breaker, and a 50A box...and she's wired, plumbed, and operating smooth. The 600rpm motor is super QUIET and I could not ask for more air volume. Worth the extra $'s, no doubt. The auto-tank drain is a nice add-on, too. I also added a 110vac solenoid valve on the coalescer drain and wired it to a push-button so I didn't have to use the drain plug. 30cfm at 150psi and she definitely accumulates water! I want to order a light tree for it with an amber light for "power" and green light for "pumping" so I can see if/when its running via the security cam and when I'm working with the hearing protection on. I can pull up the wifi video feed on my cellphone -- awesome & affordable technology!!!I forgot to mention power requirements. A compressor of your size needs to run on 3-phase power. The next problem is that residential areas seldom have a 3-phase hook up. Many people think that it’s a 3 wire plug that’s 3-phase, not so. In our area 3–phase power has a 4 wire plug. Seems like there is always something which screws things up.
They sure do!!! lol Especially when I chase every thread, fix every issue, blast or wire-wheel and clear-coat every bolt, undo every prev owner short-cut, etc. Not perfect, but solid as it'll get. The only time a rig should ever strand you in the woods or dunes is  if you run out of gas,  you broke it while doing something you know was iffy anyways, or  you got stuck while towing in your buddy's crappy 4-stroke back to camp. haaaaaaa! :thumbsup:they sure do take a lot of time when you go through every part on a total restore.
Well, I need enough $'s to buy a new Hypertherm plasma cutter and a machine torch to go with it...around $2500 + tax through my local dealer. So that's what I'd like to get. My shop isn't a real company, just a hobby. So the cash money comes out of my pocket (not credit). Wife & I have a rule that I only grow my hobby-capabilities with organic capital cash (aka: flip some rigs and/or parts, win lotto!). We spend the "real" money on our house, kid, and us. And then I have the rule of "I never lose $ on anything I buy."Man I would love to have the cash to buy either one from you. It would be nice to buy one that you know has been done right instead of a hackjob like you mentioned lol!