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    I don't deal with 134a very often, but I think I...

    I don't deal with 134a very often, but I think I remember reading that it is somehow susceptible to damage from the chlorine in cfc refrs.

    Or am I making that up?
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    Any luck LK?

    Any luck LK?
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    Yeah their just regular pipe nipples with plastic...

    Yeah their just regular pipe nipples with plastic centers. Like anything factory installed there gonna be tight!
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    Wow, I can run her on full auto!

    Wow, I can run her on full auto!
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    The male stubs could be heat trap nipples, if you...

    The male stubs could be heat trap nipples, if you sweat the adapters while threaded on to the stubs they could have melted. Around here we are required to install dielectric unions or similar (i.e....
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    It should have heat trap nipples, most do. Did...

    It should have heat trap nipples, most do. Did you use dielectric unions to connect to the piping?
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    May not make a difference but if fast fill is...

    May not make a difference but if fast fill is displacing water in an important air stub a slow fill will correct it.
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    Have you tried draining the entire system then...

    Have you tried draining the entire system then refilling slowly?
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    Metal head. \m/ -.- \m/

    Metal head. \m/ -.- \m/
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    326441

    326441
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    Great! I'll meet you in central Wisconsin, wear...

    Great! I'll meet you in central Wisconsin, wear blaze orange, it's deer season. :grin2:
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    No, I asked around. Everyone likes their trim gun...

    No, I asked around. Everyone likes their trim gun but no one has a framer. I'll look for the co2 and if not I'll go with nitro.
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    Thanks JP, I'll look for one.

    Thanks JP, I'll look for one.
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    Well I guess that's out I cant buy a regulator...

    Well I guess that's out I cant buy a regulator for one time use.
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    OK co2, should be an equal tank swap right?

    OK co2, should be an equal tank swap right?
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    Good, those things use a lot of air.

    Good, those things use a lot of air.
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    Looks like the N88WW requires 7.5 cfm @ 80psi for...

    Looks like the N88WW requires 7.5 cfm @ 80psi for 100 nails a minute. Without doing any math I think I can get 50 nails out of a 40cf :yes:
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    I appreciate the comedy Rob but obviously...

    I appreciate the comedy Rob but obviously swinging a hammer is not an option, or I wouldn't have asked the question.

    JD, give me an idea of how much impact usage you can get on a 40cf tank, thanks.
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    Running a nail gun off a nitro tank?

    Has anyone ever used their nitro set up to power a nail gun? I'm planning a project on my camping land and would like to avoid bringing the generator and compressor for a few dozen nails.
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    Ive only seen a few twin systems. Is it only the...

    Ive only seen a few twin systems. Is it only the return that is done wrong or am I missing something?
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    Check the dryer vent, it's a long shot but who...

    Check the dryer vent, it's a long shot but who knows?
  22. It looks like the Victor is only mapp and LP,...

    It looks like the Victor is only mapp and LP, with that you cant braze much over 3/8 copper. I struggled through a season with an acetylene Turbo torch once and hated it, very loud and poor heat...
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    The way I look at it is, if the indoor conditions...

    The way I look at it is, if the indoor conditions are near design, and the superheat is correct for the TXV then the low side is working correctly. Now the question is whether or not the high side...
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    I can understand the sentiment, but Steve Jobs...

    I can understand the sentiment, but Steve Jobs proved otherwise. The "look" catches the eye, the function proves its worth, and the quality sustains all.

    In our industry accurate, dependable tools...
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    Testo has it half figured out, they make cool...

    Testo has it half figured out, they make cool looking tools. Young people are also fairly good at assessing product quality, and very good at gathering consumer feedback before making a purchase....
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