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Unread 01-30-2014, 07:02 AM   #226
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not true... we have tire servicing nitrogen carts at 500psi regulated and we have accumulator bottles regulated at 3000... ok, so your 1/2 right. and yeah i did it last week. easy breezy. Had to actually go to about 240 because we have screw on fittings and when I would take it off it would bleed down... found that at 240 it bled off t a perfect 200...

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Unread 02-05-2014, 09:38 PM   #227
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not true... we have tire servicing nitrogen carts at 500psi regulated and we have accumulator bottles regulated at 3000... ok, so your 1/2 right. and yeah i did it last week. easy breezy. Had to actually go to about 240 because we have screw on fittings and when I would take it off it would bleed down... found that at 240 it bled off t a perfect 200...
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Well most of the bottles I get are about 3000 psi new and dwindle down to zero. I have the regulator to regulate pressure....
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Unread 02-15-2014, 04:16 PM   #228
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Plumbing, tank, valve, switch. Pretty simple. Kevin has the cleanest set up I've seen. Last time I looked the cheapest place for switches and other air stuff was here: http://www.airbagit.com/

I grabbed a York compressor for Ron from the junkyard a couple of weeks ago, $30, and for some reason there were lots there this time.

We need to take off Kevin's Kilby bracket and duplicate it.

Pretty sure I still have an extra tank in my junk pile at home.

OBA is a great thing to have but I'm still planning to add an electric compressor for the lockers. Running the main compressor all the time seems like overkill.
That's right. I never did get that air tank from you. I'd still like to come get it if it's available. Been WAY busy setting up classes to teach at 2 separate colleges. Sorry about that, Chief.
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