10 Legendary Favorites from Harbor Freight Tools!

Everyone’s got their favorite tool or accessory that they got from Harbor Freight Tools. Even if nothing else in the store tickles their fancy, there’s that one thing they either love to own, or dream of getting someday.  Actually, it’s more like 20 or 30 things, but for the sake of this post, here are 10 of the Customers’ Favorite Tools from Harbor Freight:

 1. 3-Ton Low Profile Steel Heavy-Duty Floor Jack #61282

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You won’t find another deal like this classic workhorse– for the price, this baby can’t be beat! Tired of paying someone else to do your tires, brakes and rotors? The Pittsburgh 3-ton Low Profile Steel Floor Jack almost immediately pays for itself. It rolls smoothly on the garage floor, fits under the low, low show cars, lifts to almost two feet and lowers with ease. Plus, the floor jack’s dual-piston Rapid Pump technology lifts most work loads in just 3-1/2 pumps. Sells for $92.99, but you can usually find a coupon or sale on the 3-ton steel jack for even less. Read the customer reviews and you’ll be a believer, too!

2. 13-Drawer 44″ Roller Cabinet #68784

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Ask anyone and they’ll tell you, this is a real nice box. For all the sizes and types of tool chests Harbor Freight has, the U.S. General 44″ Industrial Roller Cabinet is the darling of the bunch. Sizable and sturdy enough to handle a slew of tools, yet easy to roll around the shop floor– not to mention smoothly opens and closes the drawers on ball bearing sliders– the 13-drawer tool cabinet hits the sweet spot like no other. Priced at a doable $389.99 (and that’s when it’s NOT on sale!), it’s built with the same industrial quality as other brands that go for 4-5 times as much. Comes in a glossy powder-coated red finish, guaranteed to snazz up the garage and turn the neighbors green.

3. 12-inch Double-Bevel Miter Saw with Laser #69684

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“Pleasantly surprised,” “Nice handling,” and “Holy crap, that’s sweet!” come to mind when operating the Chicago Electric 12″ Sliding Compound Miter Saw with Laser Guide. At $199.99, it handily surpasses all expectations with its smooth, clean cuts and precision accuracy– at a fraction of the cost you’d pay elsewhere. It cuts through lumber like butter, and will even go through old oak without chipping. And powered with an ample 15 amp motor, the 12″ miter saw will tackle any house job you’ve got to throw at it.

4. 90-Amp Flux Welder #61849

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Welding continues to be a growing hobby in this country, and the “5-star”-rated Chicago Electric 90 Amp Flux Wire Welder has been a wildly popular choice for beginners to get their feet wet. Extremely easy to start and practice with, the 90 amp welder doesn’t require gas to operate and needs only 120 volts. Great for 18 ga.- 5/16″ steel and stainless steel, it’s a great go-to tool for vehicle repairs, creating shelving brackets, making a welding cart and other structural components, trailer hitches, small welding repairs and cleaning jobs… If you’re a newbie, or just looking to do small jobs around the property, or if you’ve ever considered trying your hand at welding, this wire-feed welder is the ticket! Goes for $111.99, but like the other Harbor Freight favorites, a coupon or sale is always around to seal the deal.

5. 8750/7000W 13 HP Generator #68530

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Predator generators have built a rock-solid reputation for quality, price and staying-power, and the EPA-certified Predator 8750 Peak/7000 Running Watt, 13 HP (420cc) Generator has literally been a light in the storm for so many power-deprived families and preppers. This generator, hands-down, is the best buy for your buck. While the rest of the neighborhood struggles in darkness, this bad boy will keep the lights on, as well as the fridge, central air, big screen TV, electric water heater, etc. When you consider the motel and fast food costs you’ll be saving– or the comfort of sleeping in your own bed, cooking your own food and getting the hot showers you so love, without a hitch… the $599.99 investment is a sweet price point. But don’t believe me. Check out the reviews by the actual owners!

6. 4-pc. Ratcheting Tie Down Set #61524

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Whether you’re moving furniture, securing a kayak to your trailer, strapping gear on the roof rails, hauling timber, holding a garden tractor or ATV on the truck bed, or keeping your tool box from rattling around the back of your Jeep, these Haul-Master Ratcheting Tie-Downs are the greatest invention since sliced rope. Easily adjustable to secure loads to truck beds, roof racks and trailers, their ratchet handles make it a snap to adjust strap length and pull tight. The tie downs’ vinyl-coated S-hooks also prevent scratching on painted surfaces. At $13.99, these weather-resistant straps are an extremely popular “no-brainer add-on” for customers who come to Harbor Freight with other purchases in mind.

7. Mini Moving Dolly #61899

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Move 1,000 pounds for $11.99? That’s what we’re sayin’… cheaper than buying your buddies pizza and beer to help you move the stuff. Is it any wonder why the Haul-Master Mini Mover’s Dolly is on Harbor Freight’s Top 10 Favorite list? Save your back as you move stacks of loaded boxes, heavy machinery, engine blocks and transmissions, or furniture when the wife’s got a hankering to redecorate. The carpeted surfaces protect furniture finishes and the hard-rubber swivel casters won’t mar your floors. Did I already mention, they’re $11.99?

8. 8-Channel Surveillance DVR with 4 Cameras #61229

8-channel DVR with Cameras

A great addition for home protection, the Bunker Hill Security 8-channel DVR with 4 Cameras and Motion Detection installs easily and can be set up to monitor on your computer or smartphone, so you can keep an eye on things while you’re away! Each camera offers a wide view span with a high resolution, so you can spread them over the areas you want observed and glimpse the four shots simultaneously. It even comes with night vision to keep you apprised of any nefarious nocturnal characters that venture onto your property (imagine your neighbors’ surprise when they see their kid up to no good on Facebook). The 8-Channel Surveillance DVR set sells for $299.99, and you can often find it on sale or a coupon. You can also use the Harbor Freight 20% Off coupon. Hey, where else can you get a room with a view at such a low price?

9. 3-Gallon 100 PSI Oilless Air Compressor #61615

3 gallon 100 psi oilless air compressor

If you’re looking for a small air compressor to keep in the garage for filling tires and balls, or maybe using with a blow gun, airbrush, brad nailer or other small jobs, the Central Pneumatic 3-Gallon PSI Pancake Air Compressor is just the ticket. For an airy $59.99, this little gem is there to save your family bike trip, keep the bounce in your game and help put up the trim and Christmas lights. The fact that it’s “oilless” means less maintenance for you, and the “pancake” low-profile shape means you’ll save garage space and easy portability to wherever the air compressor is needed. How’s that for a breath of fresh air?

10. 12,000 lb. Off-Road Vehicle Electric Winch #61256

12000 lb off road winch

Finally, the top ten list rounds out with the uber-popular Badland 12K Off-Road Vehicle Electric Winch with Automatic Load-Holding Brake. Smell the mud, don’t get stuck in it! This off-road winch is a veritable lifesaver in the swamp, snow, ice and that black, slimy, stinky stuff that they don’t have a name for. Awesome for trucks, ATVs, Jeeps and other 4-wheelers… even great for uprooting trees. It also comes with an incredibly handy remote for easy operation. Don’t be the bud who needs his bacon saved– save your buds’ bacon with the Badland 12K winch!

So, there you have it– the legendary favorites of the Harbor Freight Tools catalog. Chances are you already have one of them. Chances are even better that you’ve got a mind to go buy one (or four) real soon!

An Accurate Blood Pressure Monitor for a Low-Pressure Price

Keeping an eye on your blood pressure is a good idea even if a doctor didn’t tell you to do it. A while ago, you could go down to your local supermarket or drug store and take advantage of the blood pressure machine there. However, even if that was still common, do you really want to stick your arm in those community arm bands? I mean, who knows where people’s upper arms have been. The last thing you want is to pick up someone else’s bicep germs. That’s why you need the Automatic Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor (Item #: 67212) from Harbor Freight Tools!

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This convenient personal blood pressure monitor makes it easy to check your blood pressure anytime and anywhere, even if you’re not at the drug store. The device takes both systolic and diastolic readings as well as your pulse rate and is clinically tested for accuracy. Even at just $15.99, this monitor’s reliability rivals that of more expensive brands. Simple to use and comfortable to wear, the Blood Pressure Monitor saves up to 60 readings in its memory for later reference and even includes a carry case for protection and travel. It’s like having one of those big drug store machines in your pocket! And  best of all, you don’t have to share it with anyone with questionable arm hygiene.

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“Bought one of these on sale a year ago on a whim. I’ve been exercising and eating appropriately to try and lower my blood pressure and at-rest pulse. The thing has been working perfect for a year now. It’s incredible that someone could sell something this well built for such a low price.” – by Chuck from Atlanta, GA

“Have used it for several years and it still works fine. It is quite accurate. Never expected it to last this long for a low price product.” – by ToolMan from Maryland

And for those who prefer their reviews in video form, here’s a quick look from YouTube user ToolCrazy:

Yes, the AAA batteries are sold separately but don’t worry, we’ve got those too for as low as $3.99 for a 4-pack (Item #: 67484). And that’s all you need to move into the 21st century of blood pressure monitoring. No more pumping and no more using the same blood pressure monitor as everyone else in town. Accurate, portable, and easy-to-use, this handy item is the convenient and affordable way to keep tabs on your heart rate.

What Dad Really Wants on Father’s Day – (by SaveOnEnergy.com)

saveonenergyExploring the best way to save and use energy is what SaveOnEnergy.com is all about. In fact, everything they do serves one purpose– helping consumers find the right energy plan at a great price. Recently, Heather Bailey at Save On Energy posted 15 fresh, different ideas on “What Dad Really Wants on Father’s Day”:

If figuring out the perfect gift for your father or husband becomes harder every year, take heart and take a look at our gift list. We’ve got 15 fresh ideas that Dad – and the environment – will appreciate. Getting Dad a gift card may sound like the easy way out, but our thoughtful and creative ideas are anything but boring.”

It came as no surprise to us that the first item on the list was a tool (“toy”) store gift card. Also not astonishing was their suggestion to go to Harbor Freight.

A gift card gives him the freedom to play around with his favorite things without any disapproving looks from Mom. Harbor Freight Tools offers electronic gift cards so you can email one to Dad or you can pick one up in one of its 500+ stores.”

We were also duly impressed with the other fourteen ideas (although we had to pry our eyes away from the gift card page). To get the 4-1-1 on your home’s energy, visit SaveOnEnergy.com– and when you’re ready to shop for Dad, head on over to Harbor Freight Tools! #fathersday #saveonenergy

Harbor Freight Tools for Rust Repair

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Custom Classic Trucks Uses Harbor Freight Tools for a Rust Repair Project:

The procurement and care of a classic car is a labor of love. You can’t just buy and drive it. You want to maintain it, restore, repair and baby it. Unfortunately, that can sometimes require some serious scratch. When it comes to owning a 40+ year old car, one of the biggest challenges is rust. Don’t think I haven’t been eyeing that “patina” in the bed of my ’72 GMC 2500 Sierra Grande. So far, both mechanically and cosmetically, I’ve been real lucky with the truck, but if something’s going to sneak up and bite me in the butt, it’ll probably be hidden rust.

In their March, April and May 2014 issues, Rotten Rodney Bauman and his team ran a three-part series in Custom Classic Trucks on a complete rust reconnaissance and repair job on a recently-acquired 1971 GMC pickup (right). As they went through the process of identifying and treating the damaged areas, Mr. Rotten gets invaluable use from his Central Pneumatic 3/8″ Reversible Air Drill and Central Pneumatic 3 In. Extended Reach Air Cutoff Tool as well as assorted chisel bits and a Central Pneumatic Air Punch Flange Tool they bought years ago .

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Central Pneumatic tools are priced right,” said Rotten Rodney, “and I can get more (should I need to) right down the street.”


You can find Custom Classic Trucks’ 1971 GMC truck rust restoration series online at the following three links:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

 

 

 

 

Fan Friday Review – 64 Piece Socket Set

Welcome to the inaugural Fan Friday entry!  Each week we’ll feature some of the hard work our customers and biggest fans have done with and about their Harbor Freight tools.  To kick things off, here’s a look at the 64 Piece Socket Set by Frank Oedeloam.  This great kit is already available for just $29.99 but as Frank mentions, don’t forget to pick up a 20% off coupon to save even more!

How to Make Firewood Without Really Trying

If a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to chop, shred, or cut it… does it make any firewood?  No, it doesn’t.  Which is why you need to be there with the proper tools, so you can create the perfect fuel for your fireplace this winter season!  At Harbor Freight Tools, we have plenty of options for getting the job done no matter where you’re getting your logs from. From felling dead trees to chopping wood to the ideal size, these reliable wood-cutting tools won’t leave you out in the cold.

image_16170Whether your trimming unwieldy branches or cutting a big tree down for lumber, you can make short work of anything with the powerful yet lightweight 14” Electric Chainsaw! Wet wood and dry wood both are no match for this reliable cutting tool and with the featured wrap-around hand guard and bar guard, you can cut with safety and precision. And unlike a gas powered saw, this tool emits no fumes and is easy on your ears but with the same high quality results. Also, if you’re looking to make some smaller cuts on trees and bushes, take a look at our selection of pruners.  With these handy items at your disposal, you’ll have your yard looking like the perfect winter wonderland in no time.

Once you have the logs, you need to get them to a manageable size. I mean, unless you want to drive to the store, pick up some pre-packaged firewood from who knows where, and then drive all the way back home. But why go through all that hassle when you can just have a top-notch log splitter do all the work for you? The Harbor Freight log splitters come in both 7 ton and 10 ton capacities, giving you plenty of force to split any log in twain. That’s right, twain. It’s an old word for ‘two’ but I’m gonna use it! However, maybe these fan videos will do a better job explaining the awesomeness of these mighty log splitters…

If that doesn’t get you revved up for these log splitters, just take a look at this great review by GarageJournal.com:

“I used this splitter on the first day for 4 hours. I was surprised at how well it performed. I was splitting logs that were upwards of 22″ in diameter. When a log wouldn’t split because it was simply too large, I’d pull the log off and rotate it slightly. Eventually it split somewhere, even if not straight through the middle due to an odd knot. I would have given it a 4 if other electric/hydraulic splitters were around the same price, but there aren’t any that I’ve seen locally and this one is the only one which isn’t a grand or so or more.”   IONH – GarageJournal.com

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So now that you’re all set for the winter, the last thing you need is a way to clean up your branch and leaf covered yard. With the wind blowing and all the leaves building up, it can be a long day of raking and garbage bag-filling to get rid of it all. But with a chipper shredder, the work is cut down to a fraction of the time! And when you send those branches and leaves through the chipper shredder, you’re left with useful mulch for compost. For small jobs, the 1-1/2” Capacity Chipper Shredder is great but for those bigger limbs, pick up the 6-1/2 HP Chipper Shredder powered by a tough Predator engine.

With Autumn in the air and Winter right around the corner, it’s time to stock up on these wood and yard tools. And from cutting down trees to cleaning up after and everything in between, Harbor Freight Tools has everything you need. So while these are excellent tools to have nearby year round, they’re especially useful now so take advantage of these great prices and stock up today!

Four Wheeler Review: The Best Torque Wrench for the Price

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So, what is the best torque wrench for the buck? After all, there are a lot of torque wrenches to choose from, running the gamut from the really cheap to the “skip-the-cruise-this-year” price. Is it really smarter for a home wrencher to go with a $500 torque wrench?

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Recently, Four Wheeler magazine decided to test the You-Get-What-You-Pay-For theory by pitting three popular 1/2″ click-type torque wrenches–

– against each other for performance and value. In his How-To article, “Who Builds the Best Torque Wrench for Less,”  columnist Jeff Smith took the tools to Cornerstone Metrology in Van Nuys, CA, “a company that does calibration work for both industrial and individual mechanics,” where they measured the three dial torque wrenches on a digital scale accurate to within 0.10 of a pound.

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Then out of curiosity, they used the Pittsburgh Professional Digital Torque Adapter (#68283, $31.99) to compare their findings. Amazingly, after several measurements they found the digital adapter hit within 0.10 of a pound as well!

It comes as no surprise, the Pittsburgh torque wrench came out being the best value for the home or pro mechanic looking for a mechanical click-type torque wrench. And with Harbor Freight Tools‘ incredible lifetime warranty on all hand tools, it just doesn’t get better than that.

To get more details on Four Wheeler’s test, check out the article, and to learn more about the Pittsburgh Pro 1/2″ Torque Wrench, visit the product page at Harbor Freight Tools!

 

The Apartment Prepper’s Predator Generator Review

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When imagining the emergency prepper– or survivalist (is there a difference? Not sure.)– you might think of a thick-bearded misanthrope in a rural or semi-rural environment, with a steel-reinforced cabin, a bush-camouflaged bunker, gas masks hanging from coat racks and arsenals stashed in hollowed-out redwoods– kind of like John Malkovich in “Red,” but not as eloquent. He recites the Pledge of Allegiance with his family every day in their basement and teaches his kids CB slang in case the power grid goes down.

On the most part, this perception is way off. Closer to the norm are the legions of ordinary families in all types of settings– rural, suburban and, yes, even urban– preparing for what they feel will be an inevitable disruption in society, either by social upheaval or natural disaster. They store food, water, fuel, portable wealth, clothing and blankets, alternative power, communication and first aid supplies. History has shown what can happen when the system breaks down, and these Americans don’t want to fall victim to the consequences. It’s all good fun, watching them on cable reality shows, going through their drills and stockpiling their tarps… but then something else sinks in: a lot of what they’re saying makes uncomfortable sense.

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Which brings me to that survivalist of the urbane world, the Apartment Prepper . The city-dwelling survivor can prepare for emergencies, much like their more countrified brethren, save it be for some environmental modifications. One thing they do share is the need for sustainable power in the event of a crisis. If you’ve ever experienced a blackout or disaster, you know how quickly the wheels can fly off the wagon around the neighborhood.

8750 Watt Generator

Recently, Harbor Freight Tools delivered a Predator 420cc, 8750 Watts Max/7000 Watts Rated Portable Generator to the good people at The Apartment Prepper so they could put it to the test. They published their findings on their blog in “Setting Up a Generator”, an extremely helpful guide for a fledgling survivalist to choose and set up their generator for those SHTF moments.

First, deciding which one you need:

Every generator includes the wattage it is rated for, and the maximum watts you can use with it.  In this case, the Predator Generator is ’7000 rated watts; 8750 maximum watts.’ What does this mean? This means there is a bit of calculation involved when deciding which devices you will be using with the generator.  This is to make sure that the items you want to plug in are below the rated and maximum wattage ratings of the generator The manual included a Wattage Calculation Table, along with Wattage Calculation Charts, which gave the “Running Watts” and the “Additional Startup Watts” for common household appliances.  For example, you want to use a combination of appliances:

  • computer with monitor, it will need 800 running watts, but 0 additional startup watts.
  • A refrigerator/freezer needs 700 running watts, and 1500 startup watts.
  • Window AC needs 1200 running watts and 600 additional startup watts

If you wanted to use these three things at the same time, you add 800+700+1200=2700, well under the 7000 rated watts of the Predator Generator.  For the Startup Watts, you only take the highest startup watts, in this case, it’s 1500.  2700+1500=4200, which is under the 8750 maximum wattage the generator can handle.”

Great information to have when you’re getting ready to shop. They then offered several pointers on setting up before you operate the generator. These included:

  1. Determine a well-ventilated spot to park the generator.
  2. Ground the unit before you start using it.
  3. Get the proper fuel and oil for the unit.
  4. Get a battery for electric starts.
  5. Drain the gas and oil from the generator when not in use.

There’s obviously a lot more to each step, but I didn’t want to hijack all the good stuff. Click through to the article and prepare to be educated.

After setting up, they proceeded to test the generator on a microwave oven, and then the hijink ensued! You can read all about it on The Apartment Prepper blog site.

To find the best deals on emergency generators, get to your local Harbor Freight Tools today– or they’re just a click away at www.harborfreight.com.

 

 

Truckin’ Magazine Review: Socket Tray Organizers

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“Ever need a 10mm socket and opened your toolbox only to find a sea of  random sockets rolling around in complete chaos?”

Uh, yeah, like every weekend! And in the May 2013 issue of Truckin’The World’s Leading Truck Publication – they tackle this very subject, pitting Harbor Freight Tools’ Pittsburgh 3 Piece SAE (#68100)  and 3 Piece Metric Socket Tray/Organizers (#68102) against the other guys.

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Pittsburgh SAE Socket Organizer

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Pittsburgh Metric Socket Organizer

The 3-piece socket organizer fits nicely in your tool chest, and will fit most socket designs, including both regular and deep wall sockets. Holders for 1/4″, 3/8” and 1/2″ drives are also included on both the SAE and metric trays. Each 3-piece set sells for an incredibly low $7.99 and will service your needs for a lifetime!

So, what did Truckin’ magazine have to say about the Pittsburgh socket tray organizers? Good stuff, of course!

“Purchased locally from Harbor Freight, the Pittsburgh three-piece organizers were easy to read, easy to handle and accommodated a total of 168 sockets, placing it in a tie for third-highest capacity. Large impact sockets fit with no issues, the organizers feature a lifetime warranty, and both SAE and Metric sizes only put us out of pocket for $15.98– an incredible value. Overall, for weekend warriors or lifetime mechanics, the Pittsburgh socket tray/organizer is certified Truckin Tough.”

Harbor Freight customers who have already bought these trays, love them!

“I use these at home along with the metric set in my tool chest to organize my socket. The price of these is incredible when you compare it to any of the alternatives that allow you to stand up your sockets vertically. They’re built well, marked well, and do the job perfectly. Great buy!”  Big Al – Ottowa, ON

“Accomplishes the same thing as other socket trays at a much lower price. They work great in the top of a tool chest or in a deep drawer… I have several sets that I use for standard/impact, 6pt/12pt, etc. and I highly recommend them.”  Isaac – Pella, IA

“I am by no means a mechanic, but I love my tools and try to take care of them. My wife got a Habor Freight magazine and she found the above-shown socket organizers. She bought them for me and I have to say I’m very happy with the price and quality. These socket organizers are made with thicker plastic post for your sockets and the trays are more sturdy than the “high end” brands… trust me, for the price you can’t go wrong.”  Scooter – Chowchilla, CA

To read the entire “Socket Organizer Shootout” article, pick up your copy of the May 2013 Truckin’ magazine!

 

Super Streetbike Review: 1/5 HP Airbrush Compressor

When it comes to riding your motorcycle, it’s not enough that it just runs good– you gotta look good. So make sure you check out Super Streetbike’s April 2013 issue (no, not the cover, lug nut– I’m talking about YOU looking good).

On page 58 there’s a nifty article on “Helmet Painting”– a cool, inexpensive way to self-express on the road. But, as writer Brian Hatano points out, you need more than a creative idea to get your point across; it takes technique. So, he takes you through every step you probably don’t think about when  imagining that wicked skull with flames and roses… namely, preparation, detail, method and materials. To get the hang of the spray gun skills, though, Brian suggests we first get the feel of it with a practice helmet:

“For practice jobs, any helmet will work, but starting with a lid in good condition will require less initial prep and give you more time to think about designs and color combinations.”

He then breaks down the process of executing a successful paint job– from disassembling the helmet to applying the clear coat– in crystal, concise detail. Great intel to have for when you’re ready to go for it.

Interesting, however, is that even though Brian was working in a shop equipped with a large air compressor, he opted instead to go with the Central Pneumatic 1/5 HP, 58 PSI Airbrush Compressor.

“Although we had a full size compressor available, we tried out the Harbor Freight Central Pneumatic 1/5th HP Airbrush Compressor and it performed better than units costing twice as much. Zac noted the quiet motor with no pulsing in the air supply.”

Constructed of sturdy anodized aluminum, the airbrush compressor is easy to clean and operate, and changing colors is a cinch. The airbrush kit works with lacquers, oils and latex-based paints to create pro-quality designs only limited by your imagination! It comes with a 22cc glass jar, 5cc metal cop and 5-ft. air hose– and, at a low $88.99, it’ll pay for itself over and over again!

While you’re shopping, also be sure to pick up the Central Pneumatic Quick-Change Airbrush Kit for just $11.99. This enables you to switch out paints in a flash with next-to-no downtime.

This awesome setup would also be perfect for custom painting:

  • Bike frames
  • R/C and other models
  • Auto body detail art
  • Tool boxes or cabinets
  • Furniture
  • Pottery
  • Metal sculpting
  • Signs and murals
  • Crafts
  • Toys
  • Cosmetic and Halloween makeup
  • Spray tanning
  • …and so much more!

Also, of course, if you want to support the team at the big game.