For those that may have seen my post on the other forum I figured I would put it here also. I have been on the search for a shop air compressor for a little while now. The problem is the lack of funds which I think a lot of people can relate to. I was planning on getting a new one and just saving up for it and pretty much had the choice narrowed down to Polar Air by Eaton Compressor. Their price per volume of air supply is preaty much unbeatable. It was going to take me a long time to save up for the one I wanted which was around $1,600. A couple of weeks ago I ended up doing a search on Craigslist and found an old 80 gallon compressor. Going by the pic it wasn't in bad shape and it needed a motor which was fine by me considering I only wanted single phase and don't want to have to bother with a phase converter. My dad and I went to look at it and figured it would work and brought it home with us. It wasn't bad loading it as the guy had a gantry crane that he used to load it on the back of my pickup. It was getting it off the truck at the house that was going to be a challenge. We took the flywheel off, unbolted the compressor and set that down on the top of two rims and tires stacked up so we didn't have to bend over so far. Once the pump was off we were able to slide the tank to the back of the tailgate and let the one end down to the ground and pick the back end up off the truck and set it down.