You can view the writeup at http://www.toddfun.com/2012/08/25/craftsman-oil-free-air-compressor-rebuild/
In this video I rebuild my Craftsman 5HP 30gal model 919-165300 oil free air compressor for ~$47 USD. This is a ~12 year old compressor that could no longer get up to press and would have cost over $350 to replace.
You will need a long Torx T20 driver if you don’t want to hack up your cover.
I ordered my repair kit from: http://www.searspartsdirect.com
This is a link my compressor: http://www.searspartsdirect.com/craftsman-parts-air-compressor-parts/model-919165300/0247/0703000.html?searchType=modelSearch&prst=&searchTerm=919165300&shdPart=
You can find another good Craftsman air compressor rebuild video of a smaller model here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUw7r0fJqIc
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