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Craftsman 60 gal. Oil-Lubricated Air Compressor

Item# 00916476000P | Model# WLB3106016 | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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The Cornerstone of any Serious Shop This Craftsman Professional air compressor is perfect for powering paint sprayers, air wrenches, nail guns and grinders. Perfect for jobs of any size, this large 60-gallon tank carries more than enough power for your next job. This compressor packs in the muscle with a powerful 3.1 HP motor with fast cooling cast-iron cylinders and a single-stage oil pump that recharges super fast so you can keep working without delay.

  • A large 60-gallon tank carries up to 150 PSI
  • A powerful 3.1 HP induction motor recharges fast for less down time between uses
  • A single-stage oil lube pump with cast-iron cylinders for dependable performance
  • Features an oil-lubricated belt drive for quiet operation
  • Powered by 230V to make sure you've got the power to finish the job
  • Tank pressure gauge and on/off switch give you clear information and keep this machine simple to operate
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By garageguy8
April 27th, 2014
Check oil !!

The electric motor on my 27 year old Craftsman 20 gall. 3 hp just died so I decided rather than replace the motor, to get something with more air volume. The only problem I had with the pld unit was an oil leak that developed in the compressor oil pan because of porosity which I took apart and repaired with epoxy 20 years ago, since the warranty had expired. Well, the best deal going was the 60 gallon, 3 h.p. vertical for 489.00 at my local Sears. It was packaged well and did not have any obvious damage or oil leakage. I hooked up the required 220 volt power, leveled the base and installed the appropriate fittings in the tank. According to the directions, the compressor pump was pre-filled with oil and I only had to perform the required break in period for 30 minutes, drain, refill etc... Experience told me to check the oil and I am very glad I did. The oil didn't even register on the dipstick and I needed to add approx. 10 oz of oil to the compressor head. This unit wouldn't of lasted very long being this low on oil. After finding this, I proceeded to check every nut and bolt, fitting etc... to make sure nothing else was compromised. Where is the quality assurance at the factory? Sears should take note and revamp inspection process ASAP. People expect brand new components to work properly and don't want any hassels right from the start! Overall the unit now works great and I look forward to many years of service.

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By TommieTixx
November 6th, 2014
2nd Compressor With Problems

This is the second compressor for me. The sales manager was kind enough to credit half the cost from my first compressor even though it was out of warranty. The first compressor leaked oil and seized up in less then 3 years. My new compressor does the same, leaks oil. It also continues to trip the circuit. I call an electrician who has informed me that it's pulling 57 amps at start up. It should be pulling no more then 17. I guess that's why we are popping the breaker twice a day. I'm not sure why Craftsmen would make such a poor design. I have read several reviews whereby the head leaks oil. Unfortunately this compressor is a piece of junk. The price is great but it's a piece of junk.

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powerful , gets job done with ease

October 7th via
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Happy now


I bought this a month ago, after 2 Kobalt compressors failed to work properly. I have always had good luck with craftsman, so I decided to spend a little more and buy their air compressor... It works flawlessly ! thank you craftsman.

August 11th
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No Parts, Don't buy it!!


I have had this compressor for 2 years and had the internal diaphragm break just after the 1st year. I replaced it and now on the 2nd year it broke again. I had ordered 2 of them to have a back up part but now I am told the parts are not available. Very disappointed in Craftsman and Sears.

February 10th via
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Quiet and Works Great, but a few notes


Works great and much quieter than my old one, but I do not have many hours on it. Zero air or oil leaks. I have seen the others' complaints about lack of oil. Mine was filled perfectly, but watching how the warehouse monkeys brought it out, you need to check it. Even if the factory filled it properly, if the compressor was ever laid on its side, the oil is going to run into places it should not go, and likely end up leaking out a breather or end up in the air tank- leaving you with insufficient oil in the pump crankcase. The guys at the Sears loading dock had no proper equipment, and wanted to lay it in the back of my truck. I refused, and we loaded it properly (upright and lashed down). Tip #2 do not skimp on the wiring. It does not come with a pigtail or plug. So get one at least rated for the amperage draw (12 ga), but you are probably better off going with a heavier gauge (like 10ga or even 8ga) if you can, especially if the cord is long.

February 3rd via
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Not happy


On September 30 I placed for the CRAFTSMAN 60 gallon air compressor. Payed for it on line an did the in store pickup. I show my ID an a printed sale check. As I was waiting for my order, I heard a very loud noise, something had fallen over, soon after my order was Brought out. It took a month before I could get electrician to hook it up. Upon 1st startup of the air compressor the air pump would not turn. Closer inspection found that the shroud had been bent in to the pump. Thinking back, now I know what the loud noise was at the time of pick up. It was air compressor being dumped on its head. Not cool. No one said nothing about it. Now im paying more to get it fixed. If your saying it happened in my Possession, it did not. Payed alot money for it, It was treated new born baby.

January 16th via mobile
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