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    Hi everyone, I have 2 or 3 pneumatic nail guns of various types. I do not have a first fix gun, I am leaning towards a paslode power master. My compressor has just died so I am looking for a replacement. I have been offered a Colt 282 which they tell me a lot of tradies use as well as a more transportable type called a Maxus X-Lite. I have a small property maintenance business & have been building a few small decks of late & I am getting sick of using time consuming uni-ties. I would appreciate any feedback on the above compressors or any other type that you would recommend.

    Cheers
    Ibrox

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    I've got the Maxus, which is a great little compessor, for what it is. I wouldn't recomend it for heavy duty work, I only run a single fixing gun off it, and that's fine. I reckon it would struggle if you were to use it full on for framing, or anything for constant use.
    I don't know the other one.
    cheers
    TM
    ps, i've had it for only about 2 years, but hasn't missed a beat in that time.

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    we use a maxus for laying floors and havnt had any issues whith it there a good bang for your buck compresser


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