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Old 01-18-2011, 06:58 PM
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35windsor,, or silverback

interested in the Motor Guard final filter,,
what is the filter medium used on the motor guard 60, is it a toilet paper roll,
what kind of life are you seeing? how do you know when to change it. Are you using standard TP rolls?

35 windsor,, saw some real poor reviews of the HF regulator / filter,, the HF regulator and oiler I bought was of very poor workmanship. Is yours working OK?



thanks

and if someone wants a really cheap desiccant dryer,,
and they have access to a pipe threading machine,, the HF dryer is really nothing more than a 2 foot length of 2 inch steel pipe, with a cap on each end,
the lower cap has a nipple drilled and threaded for a drain, weld on air in and out pipes, put in screens to contain the desiccant,,there you go.
if you have the pipe and caps,
the nipples and fittings and screening
the threading machine and weld equipment and supplies,
this can be done for nothing other than the investment of time and desiccant.
that's as inexpensive as it gets,

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