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    i am considering buying a compressor and was wondering where everyone is getting parts and who provides best service and availability thanks in advance

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    I have bought parts for my MCH-5 EVO from Max-Air in Texas and from Nuvair in California. Nuvair has better prices, though. The biggest problem here is that you have to call and talk to someone on the phone during normal business hours to order parts. In a better world, these parts would be available for purchase 24 hours a day on eBay or Amazon, which would also bring competition and more reasonable prices. The Coltri parts that we use in our CNG compressors are the same exact parts that are used in plain old Coltri air compressors around the world.

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      I've found parts all over the world, and when having particular issues, direct from Coltri themselves. Lawrence Factor used rarely, Submarine Manufacturing in the UK quite a bit. Some Bauer parts are identical, ie I found the pricey 1st stage inlet reed-valve assembly being sold as a Bauer part [Bauer N04860] in France for 20% of what I was quoted anywhere else, so I bought their last. The 2-3 week lead-time for some parts, coming from Italy can be an issue, which means you're best to have spares in stock. No point in risking the downtime, you'll need them anyway.

      Recommend you bundle a heap of parts as part of the purchase deal.
      Last edited by BritCNGUser; 03-08-2021, 03:16 PM.

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