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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 12-23-2012, 02:46 AM
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Should I still use pipe compound for the other parts of the setup?
No. What were you going to use it on?
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I thought that it was necessary to use on all connections between components in the CO2 system to prevent leaks.

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I thought that it was necessary to use on all connections between components in the CO2 system to prevent leaks.
Naw... Sealant is only necessary when you're putting the actual components of your regulator together. Like this:



And the only reason you'd need a perma-seal or a nylon washer to seal you cga-320 connection is when you have a standard one. It is my belief that those atomic regs don't need them.
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