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Here's a large compressor project!


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1955 Gardner Denver 365 cfm with cat diesel and gas pony start engine.
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Cool unit For sale? in for restoration/repair? Bet it sounds neat when running!
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A friend owns it, I'm trying to decide if I want to tackle/buy getting it running.
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Hi Dreemer I had 2 that looked just like that. Used them for sandblasting,but they were 600 CFM and had D8 engines . Dose that one have a 4 or 6 cyl. engine? Cheers Bill H.
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Caterpillar D8800 4 cylinder diesel, what are finding parts like for the air end?
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