Brute air compressors are supplied by Briggs & Stratton and were sold throughout North America by, among others, WalMart big box stores. Some folks have written that they were available from NAPA stores too.
I did an extensive search to see if I could find a source for these air compressors today, with no luck. There are some sources of parts and some sites relating to the Brute air compressor, but they no longer appear to be sold new.
A visit to the Briggs & Stratton website shows other outdoor power equipment being available under the Brute brand, but no sign of Brute air compressors. They do, however, show that they sold air compressors on the support portal at this site: www.briggsandstratton.com/us/en/support
I wouldn’t hesitate to contact Briggs & Stratton directly to see if they could direct me to or help with a problem I was having with a Brute air compressor.
For phone Support: contact them at 1-800-444-7774, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. CST.
Need Brute Air Compressor Manuals?
Visit www.briggsandstratton.com/us/en/support/manuals/air-compressor and, with the complete model number of your Brute air compressor, you can download the manual for it.
If you are a user of the Brute air compressor line and you have problems with your compressor and Briggs and Stratton cannot help, use this forum to ask a question or add advice.
As a Brute air compressor owner or user, if you have resolved any of the issues posted, a comment about how you did that would be very much appreciated by all.
Thanks for your questions and to those that have taken a bit of their time to share their experiences and information about the Brute line of air compressors.
Existing Brute air compressors questions:
The manual doesn’t say what weight or type of oil to fill it with
Where can I get both replacement reed valves shown in the