The Central Pneumatic model 67501 air compressor is one of Harbor Freight’s popular air compressor models.

As I look at the features of the Central Pneumatic model 67501, I can’t help comparing it to one of the air compressors in my workshop. Mine is a dead ringer for the 67501 if you simply remove the Harbor Freight / Central Pneumatic decals and replace them with another brand name. I suspect the same factory in an Asian country supplies this model of air compressor to big box stores all over the world.

With a 2 HP motor and an 8 gallon tank, the model 67501 provides enough air for short-burst air tools, but no where near enough to try to run grinders, sanders, air-blasting equipment. I use my similar model for blowing off the workbench, table saw and planer, driving some brad-nailers, and airing up tires of course.

The 67501 air compressor is useful anywhere that the 125 PSI that is available from this Central Pneumatic air compressor, in a relatively low flow, can do the job.

Central Pneumatic / Harbor Freight model 67501 air compressor

Central Pneumatic / Harbor Freight model 67501 air compressor

 

In late 2013 this model is still available to be purchased from Harbor Freight. This means that parts and some support should be available from them.

Central Pneumatic 67501 air compressor manual available to download here:

There appears to be enough interest in the Central Pneumatic 67501 air compressor to have a page specific to this model on this site to help folks looking for information and help with their compressors, and a place for present users to offer assistance to others with the same air compressor.

Please use the form below to post your own question about the 67501 air compressor from Central Pneumatic (Harbor Freight). Only questions relating to this model can be posted on this page, please.

If you own a 67501 and see a question you can help with, please add a comment to that post. I appreciate it as do the many 67501 compressor owners and users that may have a similar issue with their machines.

Thanks,

Bill