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  1. #105
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    I got a five pounder CO2 bottle I use for my bar unit. Re-fill it from the 20 pounder I exchange when I need more. Even though the five pounder is steel, it's pretty lightweight.



    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Iffin ya ain't man enough to lug the jug, get you a long hose.

    Even a girl can carry a 50' hose.



    They also make smaller Co2 cylinders than the "standard" 20 pounder. A 10 pound cylinder is rather easy to carry and, with a bit of ingenuity, you could probably setup something similar to a paintball gun cylinder to purge with and that'll fit in your back pocket.


    Think outside the box, Glenn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Iffin ya ain't man enough to lug the jug, get you a long hose.

    Even a girl can carry a 50' hose.



    They also make smaller Co2 cylinders than the "standard" 20 pounder. A 10 pound cylinder is rather easy to carry and, with a bit of ingenuity, you could probably setup something similar to a paintball gun cylinder to purge with and that'll fit in your back pocket.


    Think outside the box, Glenn.
    I knowI am out of line again Buit I am getting to thinking Smith owns a CO 2 Plant . LOL

  3. #107
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    They also make higher pressure N2 tanks if the regular ones don't hold enough. 3000 psi, party on.

  4. #108
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    Thanks Mr. Smith
    Ox Ace and 15% it is


    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Well, I'm a fan of oxy-acetylene brazing and using 15% silphis rod.

    I HAVE used MAPP to braze and i don't recommend it on anything larger than 3/8" lines and even then not close to anything that can be damaged by excess heat.



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