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Old 03-27-2007, 04:02 PM
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150psi popoff valve to protect the tank.
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Yeah, I've got a popoff valve already, thanks. And I ended up finding a cooler manifold at McMaster Carr and went ahead and ordered it. I haven't been able to find any check valves with "unloading" ability though, UB.. maybe I'll just leave the t-tape off all the fittings on the compressor side..
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Here is a link to Kilby http://www.kilbyenterprises.com/web-...oba_manual.pdf
Sorry for the J**p content. My understanding is the check valve keeps the air tank from bleeding back out the york compressor when it is not running
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That's a cool writeup Dan, thanks. I'm pretty much there parts-wise, my manifold should arrive tomorrow but I may try to get the compressor hooked up this weekend regardless. I also ordered a separate tank, plus some other cool gadgets...


Does anyone know where to get those rubber boots that go over the end of the quick disconnect? I've looked all over this week and can't find them. swiped these pics from a current mud thread...
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I would be curious what you spent for all that, if you wouldn't mind pm'n me. Reason? I am buying a compressor on sale from hf, and plumbing in my 12v. 3 gal tank... 99.00 plus my time for the 12v compressor and the 3 gal.
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That's a cool writeup Dan, thanks. I'm pretty much there parts-wise, my manifold should arrive tomorrow but I may try to get the compressor hooked up this weekend regardless. I also ordered a separate tank, plus some other cool gadgets...


Does anyone know where to get those rubber boots that go over the end of the quick disconnect? I've looked all over this week and can't find them. swiped these pics from a current mud thread...
They look like the same covers we use on our scott airpacks at the fire department might try a fire equipment supply I can check on tuesday for you where we get them.
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I would be curious what you spent for all that, if you wouldn't mind pm'n me. Reason? I am buying a compressor on sale from hf, and plumbing in my 12v. 3 gal tank... 99.00 plus my time for the 12v compressor and the 3 gal.
John I quit counting.. no really probably into it ~$400 by now? $500 tops... helps when you spread these mods over 6 months, they tend to fly under the radar a little easier. I dropped at least this on dual batts and the same rule applied, just one piece at a time then one day it was all there!
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Harbor Freight, Tool Zone and General Air will also have the parts you seek.
So does home depot.
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Old 03-29-2007, 09:58 PM
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Post up a link please. I've been to HF, HD, Lowes, Sears, and TZ and they don't have rubber things, and yeah I asked. In fact they don't have check valves either... only filter toolzone had was a dessicant one that's probably the wrong one but I bought it anyway, I will swap it out if it doesn't work out.

But I had forgotten that I managed to order a check valve from the same place I ordered the pressure switch (one o dem OBA jeep places) so I'm good there, except now I want two
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Does anyone know where to get those rubber boots that go over the end of the quick disconnect? I've looked all over this week and can't find them. swiped these pics from a current mud thread...
Reminds me of those little bootsthat you also find on propane tanks...I was bored so I did some searches for dust caps etc and came up with:

http://www.parker.com/ead/cm2.asp?cmid=3735 - middle of page

http://www.stormins.net/product_info...oducts_id=8975

http://hydraulictools.zoair.com/view...ace?&forward=1


Saw these check valves while searching dust caps...

http://www.mastertoolrepair.com/comp...es-c-25_4.html


Not sure if any of this is helpful or not...
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