|06-14-2015 05:31 AM|
^ it is up and running. And working great. As far as the valve on the lower left I'm sure it can but I don't see a reason to remove it. It seems to be another way to adjust the pressure.
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|06-13-2015 11:08 AM|
|quiquik||Hey zackariah the valve on the main body of the reg... lower left, can that be taken off and plugged? and have you tested the setup yet?|
|06-13-2015 05:03 AM|
Got it done here is the final product
Needle valve Is a bit touchy but other than that I'm happy with it. Especially since I did not have to spend $250+
|06-02-2015 12:28 AM|
|quiquik||Sweet I'll stay tuned!|
|06-01-2015 12:55 AM|
|zackariah||Already in the works I'm trying our some cost efficient parts. Then I'll compare it against my rig with more expensive stuff. So far the whole setup will be well under $150. Hoping it all works well.|
|05-31-2015 11:54 PM|
|05-31-2015 10:34 PM|
|quiquik||Thought so. Small world. Are you going to build a post body for it?|
|05-31-2015 10:27 PM|
|zackariah||Quiquik yes I did|
|05-31-2015 10:02 PM|
|adam66||ill keep hunting|
|05-31-2015 09:59 PM|
|05-31-2015 09:42 PM|
|05-31-2015 09:03 PM|
|adam66||parker ir6001wk4pxxfsiiiib is this good to go?(comes with gauges)|
|05-31-2015 01:43 PM|
|zackariah||That's funny I just got the same one.|
|05-31-2015 11:00 AM|
Figured out how to post pic.
|05-31-2015 06:00 AM|
Thanks, I was unsure about that. I ordered MILLER-SMITH 213-4102, Delivery pressure is 0-150 psi. My inline diffuser is 36psi min pressure.
Plus this reg has the correct CGA320 tank fitting and and stainless steel diaphragm. Outlet connection is 1/8" brass tube fitting.
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