Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
My 2 ('er 5) cents on this:
1. I prefer an adjustable regulator, rather than fixed. Sometimes you are filling up little stuff around the house instead of just your big meats. Don't want to blow up (explode) baby's bouncy ball.
2. If you do use it for air tools, most call for 90 psi max.
3. Power Tank products may be a little spendy, but all of their stuff is top quality. Compare a quick disconnect fitting from them, to one from HF. It's a world of difference, with all due deference to our Chinese friends.
4. I have a Power Tank 10# system with the fancy schmancy lighted digital gauge, and I like it A LOT. They also have a high volume regulator for you guys with the 44s.
5. Great Write-Up. Thanks for all your hard work, MagicMtnDan.