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  1. #16
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    I would go with the regulator and hose from power tank then purchase a 20 or 50lb industrial co2 tank from airgas, Middlesex gases, or the like suppliers.
    https://powertank.com/products/nit-0100
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    Quote Originally Posted by THMPR650 View Post
    I would go with the regulator and hose from power tank then purchase a 20 or 50lb industrial co2 tank from airgas, Middlesex gases, or the like suppliers.
    https://powertank.com/products/nit-0100
    I think that power tank setup is for charging shocks which take a lot more pressure than a tire.

    Regardless, you should be able to piece together a setup for way less money that that.


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  3. #18
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    I use the power tank and can fill in less time than most spend setting up their compressor hose. My tank was filled by Tri-State fire equipment in Hudson, I think they use the name "Impact Fire equipment" now. I think the cost was $65 for the 10# tank and I'm still on the first fill.

    https://impactfireservices.com/contact-us/hudson-nh/
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