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Old 04-04-2006, 04:29 PM
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Just talk to the wife and she it going to ask a tech, but did find out a few thing a new one goes for over 300.00 bucks and volume is mesured in liter flow you can sell them but should have them check out by a medical tech to see if they are any good after ten years.

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$3oo bucks! Craig,I hate to say what I gave for a box full.Thanks for checking & I'll check with the welding supply,but if you don't want to buy there stuff---well you can guess.I have a 40x100 building full of stuff--can't stand to see things wasted. I bought what I thought was a gas powered air compressor(so much stuff piled on it couldn't see it all) 2mo. later I was the proud owner of a commercial insect fogger. I called the Co. for info about converting it to an air compressor & was told they sell for $8500 --don't think it will get converted,at least by me.I appreciate the information--Dave
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Old 04-04-2006, 07:12 PM
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I also did a search on Ebay and depending on condition and what kind of regulator they are. in AS IS condition there going for 50- 100. bucks. and the ones from the nursing home are the better ones so thats where the price came from, so if you can but up a pic I could get you a better ball park on what you could get for them.

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Kdc, Are these regulators or flow meters?
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Thanks Craig-- Wasn't thinking of selling them,but at those prices? I bought them from a friend that has all sorts of items(he was going to take them apart for scrap) I thought I might use them for Oxy-Act at the time but bought 2 Oxy-Act sets and forgot them.I ran across them in the shop cabinets last week & got to thinking I need a CO2 reg. & gages & regulators for the new Air compressor set up--I took one of the 0-200 chrome gauges for the air tank(might have to put it back) I'll get to the shop in the next day or two and take pics--I've got way too much stuff in that building.I'm ashamed to call it a shop,can't hardly walk in it.I spent an hour clearing a path from the door 20' into it just to get a small antique 2 cyl. engine inside.Thanks for the info & I'll get some pics.--DAVE These would be regulators--After 4 heart stints & 6 heart caths believe me I know what a flow meter is--I could have had them but saw no use for them at the time.
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Craig--Not to hi-jack my own thread--I read your intro. I was playing with 4x4's but everything is heavy on the ones I've got and the ol back & thumper can't keep up. I've got a 1941 WWII Powerwagon-1968 1ton Flatfender Powerwagon--M37 Dodge--67 Jeepster--63 CJ6--46 CJ2A--M422A1 USMC Aluminum jeep--Terra-Jet 4x4-- 6 wheel something or other.They are all just toys--guess I should get rid of them since I don't do much with them.Where are you located in Arizona?-It's been years since I was out there--It was nice up around Flagstaff--spent time there in the early 70's after Uncle Sam got his 4.
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Lota nice toys, Hmmmmm!
I'm in Mesa, Arizona what they call the east valley. It use to be all orange groves dairy farms and just big family farms. Almost all of that is gone and with the housing boom, the farmers sold out and retired. We are retirement central and in the winter we triple in population. So when every one else is freeing there a-s off we are setting in the sun at around 70 degree but in the summer we all craw in are houses and don't come out tell the end of October. Cause it hot real hot. I do have AC in the garage And I hide in there.
I got a bunch of play thing to and had to get rid of some of the stuff that has been setting for awhile I'm down to a 1986 Iveco 3 ton service truck ,a 1980 1 ton camper special with the 454 turbo 400 that I have strip down to the cab, two 1989 Chevy trucks one 1/2ton and a 3/4ton with a service body. My son is restoring the !/2 ton with my help well I just point a lot and give advice and let him do the work. OH Heck OK I work on it a little to could not help my self.

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