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  1. #14
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    Ive used unregulated co2 many times. But I have not carried co2 in over a decade. Just takes up space.


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    Quote Originally Posted by heatingman View Post
    Ive used unregulated co2 many times. But I have not carried co2 in over a decade. Just takes up space.


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    I used to do it all the time till the one time I lost the hose setting a tire. Now I set tires with propane and got a regulator for my CO2/N2 lol

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    we stock 2 full tanks c02 in truck ,lasts a wail ,hatingman can you please let me know where to buy adaptor for the co2 tank that gives you unregulated pressure,I have searched online not getting any luck.

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    any idea where to purchase the adaptor for the co2 tank that gives you unregulated pressure, I believe the valve on the co2 is CGA320.

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    Foxx

    Soda fittings

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    Just go to Airgas or any other Welding gas supply. They should be able to set you up.

    Its been over a decade since I used CO2. I seem to remember an adapter similar to what you posted. Required a gasket just like the 125 lb recovery cylinders.


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    https://foxxequipment.com/product/co...-14mfl-pr-4821

    Don't blame me when your hose eventually slaps you silly

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    appreciate sending link, we use this type of setup every time ,never got slapped with the hose, thanks again

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    Yeah I could have said the same thing but it will never happen to you.

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