if i run my co2 straight out the tank to fill tires with no regulation, will it freeze the nozzle on the air chuck shut and be worthless?? same question for pneumatic tools(no regulator)??
I have measured this, and even in hot summer Alabama driving, I got only a couple PSI rise in tire pressure.GaryGreco said:Straight co2 in liquid remember will rise with temperature creating a vary large bang while driving
First, I'm glad you're pushing safety first. I'm sure there are many things that you can get away with, but it only takes one f*ck-up for someone to get hurt.GaryGreco said:Chad ..bud hey its your bottle and your money you can do whatever you want...I'm just stating some facts about the bottles and how they work. If your careful you will probaly never have a problem and i hope you don't.. but as a rule of thumb i prefer to advise people on the proper way of doing it thats all. I come in here to help people with the toyota's cause i worked on them for so long making a living on them so any info i can give to help i will
But if you want trick ..use nitrogen in those tires...hehehe
Dont know about air tools but tires stay consistant for sure..
Cost is way more though ..so in the long run of up and down tire inflating co2 is better in my opinion..
Ask a compatent welding supply shop, they will tell ya Don'y trust us yahoo internet geeks:flipoff2:Booger Weldz said:well i stole the regulator off my arb co2 setup and got a compressor for the arb. are the gages on these things specific to the compound in the tank? i fawked one of mine up in a roll...