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Old 11-07-2007, 05:33 PM   #16
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Here is a cheaper route, http://www.offroadair.net/home.html

I bought the one from Off Road Air, but looking back I wish I would have got the powertank.

You can get the same CO2 air setup for a LOT less money, just go down to your local welding supply shop and get a beverage regulator (like would be used on a beer tap setup), hook a air line and quick coulpler up to it. The beverage regulators will freeze up under heavy use, but if you are only using a blower nozzle to clean off you cars, shouldn't be a problem. Buy a bottle already filled and exchange it when it runs empty, $9-$15 depending on your area. The bottles will be ugly, usualy painted grey or brown. Should be able to get set up for around $100, then just pay the exchange fee on the bottle when it runs out.
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