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Old 09-09-2013, 12:18 AM   #22
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Wheelers has a system thats pretty close to the same thing for a bit cheaper.
The power tanks you're really paying for the name and fancy anodizing.

just passing on info to help folks save a few pennies.

http://wheelersoffroad.com/product/o...s-co2-systems/
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Old 09-09-2013, 08:25 AM   #27
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Wheelers has a system thats pretty close to the same thing for a bit cheaper.
The power tanks you're really paying for the name and fancy anodizing.

just passing on info to help folks save a few pennies.

http://wheelersoffroad.com/product/o...s-co2-systems/
My smittybilt system suggested retail is even cheaper at 249.99 and it works great so far..even powers my air tools no problem.


http://www.4wheelparts.com/search.aspx?kw=+compact+air
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Old 09-09-2013, 08:36 AM   #28
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I have the tanks but need the hose, regulator, etc..

think there would be discounts on them individually?
I pieced my system together. 25lb tank, regulator from wheelers, and hoses and accessories at the local auto parts store. IIRC, the hyperflow regulator is fixed at 160psi.
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Old 09-09-2013, 08:43 AM   #29
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25lb tank!?

I bet you don't have refill that sucker once a year
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Old 09-09-2013, 08:45 AM   #30
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For what its worth... my 5lb tank fills my 33's about 8-10 times. Without in-between uses on bikes/lawn mowers/ ect. Costs $15 to fill up here. Tank and valve was around $100/$45.
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25lb tank!?

I bet you don't have refill that sucker once a year
Actually, father in law drained it in a few days cleaning stuff in the garage :/ $35 to have it exchanged.
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The idea is good, but the price seems through the roof! I have a 20lb CO2 bottle that I bought in the '60s and still use today. Paid $50 for it full, with a high pressure braided hose and tire attachment. Get it filled at my local fire extinguisher service and supply shop for about $30. Used to be $15, but that was then and this is now!

Every 5 years I get it hydro-tested and recertified. It's gone everywhere with me and has always provided way more than I ever needed as far as refilling tires and such. Boats, RV's, trucks, trailers, you name it and it's never let me down. Fill it about once every three years now. Used to fill it once a year when we'd go to the beach in Mexico two or three times a summer.

But like I said to start with, when the hell did a CO2 bottle - a baby one at that - get to the point of costing $500+!!!! ..Whew, dude! ..Glad I've still got old faithful!
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Thanks for doing all of the work to get this going Matt

I'm going to hold off though since this one is just for the 10lb tank.
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Thanks for doing all of the work to get this going Matt

I'm going to hold off though since this one is just for the 10lb tank.
No problem, Colin! I wish I could do multiple part numbers, but as of now it's just that kit.

I plan on running a bigger tank myself, so I'm going to run the 15-20lbs tank systems next, that way I'll have my system done too.
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Matt do you happen to know if these can be filled with nitrogen and just regulators swapped?
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Matt do you happen to know if these can be filled with nitrogen and just regulators swapped?
I don't see why not. They are standard tanks, used by many different industries with different gases.

Here is a link to PowerTank's website, where they did myths and test of CO2 Vs Nitrogen. Pics look like their tanks filled with N2.
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I don't see why not. They are standard tanks, used by many different industries with different gases.

Here is a link to PowerTank's website, where they did myths and test of CO2 Vs Nitrogen. Pics look like their tanks filled with N2.
my gues is he was asking more because he needs N2 to adjust or rebuild shocks, not for filling tires.
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