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#1 posted 10-10-2019 01:47 PM

I’ve got a California Air Tools 1060, as well and its great for finish work. I’d hesitate to use it for framing or roofing, just not enough capacity. If you are doing much framing, then the 4610 (1HP occasional framing) or 4620 (2HP for serious work) twin tube would be a better choice. If you are going to keep it stationary and add a reel, then look at the 10020 or the 20015. They are a nice shop compressor size and with the vertical format, don’t take up too much space. According to my CAT rep, the 10020 is their best selling unit.

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