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post #31 of 46 (permalink) Old 03-17-2012, 09:36 PM
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Just won these on eBay recently.

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Been looking, that what was the way I was going to go. Might still have possibilities.
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That is one serious regulator/filter combo.

I didn't go that route because I use my compressor setup for painting. Filling the airlines with oil is kind of a no no for paint. I have in line oilers that I put on the end of the lines at the tools and just the regulator/moisture filter half of what you have at the compressor.
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Yeah I figure to separate the oiler by a T with coupler and ball valve JIC I get to painting down the road with some free time.
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That is one serious regulator/filter combo.

I didn't go that route because I use my compressor setup for painting. Filling the airlines with oil is kind of a no no for paint. I have in line oilers that I put on the end of the lines at the tools and just the regulator/moisture filter half of what you have at the compressor.
Just received them this afternoon-VERY SERIOUS SETUP!! Getting a second set for future use.....

Huge difference between these and Harbor Freight or any I have seen in the box stores or auto parts stores. Very heavy made to last.

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Finally got these plumbed from my cellar out to the garage. Silence is golden LOL!

My foundation wall is over 14 inches concrete, had a bird at the Depot paying over $30.00 for a 3/4 x 18 SDS masonry bit LOL.

My son borrowed a Hilti SDS from work. 4 or 5 minutes through the 14 inch basement wall.
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Our new compressor (: A 80gal 5HP Devair Its so huge and amazing!! Love it ^-^ my dads a cunstom painter so he needed this bad also hs the hard air lines all over the wait and water and oil separators
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Thanks man! We jsut got it in a few days ago too, Soon we're getting a concrete floor poured in. Dad has like 5 spray guns, 2 for primer, 2 for paint and one for clar. His clear gun was $900 -.- lol
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Our new compressor (: A 80gal 5HP Devair Its so huge and amazing!! Love it ^-^ my dads a cunstom painter so he needed this bad also hs the hard air lines all over the wait and water and oil separators
Nice pump, something that size is a must for any painting, done regularly.
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I still need to run the hard air lines. I hate running the hose up from the basement and it doesn't pull as much water out as metal pipe.
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Mine was almost 30 feet of 1/2 copper from basement to garage. Nice and quiet in the garage.
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Mine was almost 30 feet of 1/2 copper from basement to garage. Nice and quiet in the garage.
Curious. Did you use K, L, or M copper pipe ?
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Curious. Did you use K, L, or M copper pipe ?
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