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Quincy QR-25 model 325 parts, manuals, support.

I see a few posts about Quincy 325 compressors, are they worth rebuilding, where does one get parts and support, and manuals.

There are air compressors....and then there is Quincy. Right up there with Atlas Copco. They are built to easily see 100- years service with regular servicing and maybe a valve change. Especially the pressure fed bearing models, they are like internal combustion engines....without the heat and the hammering. Everywhere you look nowadays...everyone has a cheap compressor for sale. (engineered to FAIL!) Where ever you see these....listen closely....the birds flying overhead are saying "cheap...cheap....CHEAP!"

Google search Quincy 325 (or whatever your model is) and go to Quincy's website. They have been around over 50 years, and will probably be here another 50. They will send you whatever you need for manuals, documentation, parts lists, dealer locations. Just go to the source I always say.

I don't work for them, but I do have a Quincy. I have an (almost unnatural lol) appreciation for machines and equipment, I love to see a complex machine at work, and working well. I hate crap....and crappy engineering. So...I have to speak out about things/companies who exemplify excellent design/manufacturing.

There....now I gotta go have another expresso.

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