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Old September 10th, 2006, 19:05   #31
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10psi and from what i keep reading the di isnt as good for the seals.
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Old September 10th, 2006, 20:05   #32
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Just to let people know, I found tetrafluororethane at walmart. I was looking at refils for airhorns, looked on the back, and there it was. I don't know i it could be of use or not, as it had a twist-on valve thingy.
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Old September 12th, 2006, 13:45   #33
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okok i have saved the day. for any one having any problems finding tetrafluoreothane there is a product at wallmart called safe t horn. it is a marine signal horn that has refill canistars for 10 bucks that are filled with tetrafluoreothane. you can find them in the sporting goods sections.
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Old September 12th, 2006, 14:01   #34
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I saw them, but thought it had a wacky end piece on it...not sure if an adapter would fit..
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Old September 12th, 2006, 14:13   #35
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I saw them, but thought it had a wacky end piece on it...not sure if an adapter would fit..
sorry you are right, there is no end peice so you would have to devise a way to get the gas out. possibly a propane adaptor would work, it just wouldent screw on thats all
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Old September 12th, 2006, 14:21   #36
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I used to use a custom adaptor for LetraJet cans:



Similar design principle to the propane adaptor with a differently threaded bottle fitting and different probe diameters. IRC the thread on the LetraJet can is 7/16-24 which is a bit of an odd one.
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Old September 12th, 2006, 19:13   #37
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there you go my friend a new product line :P
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Old September 12th, 2006, 19:27   #38
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okok i have saved the day. for any one having any problems finding tetrafluoreothane there is a product at wallmart called safe t horn. it is a marine signal horn that has refill canistars for 10 bucks that are filled with tetrafluoreothane. you can find them in the sporting goods sections.
That is what I was talking about. I just forgot the name. In Saskatoon it's $8
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Old September 13th, 2006, 08:25   #39
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I did some quick research. Blow Off has two versions: one is a tall can of 8 oz. That one has petroleum hydrocarbons. There is also a small can of 10 oz. that says "non-flamable" and does not contain petroleum hydrocarbons.

For those in the Ottawa region, I found mine at Computerise in Orléans. They normally keep the 10 oz. cans in stock.
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Old September 13th, 2006, 18:58   #40
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Makes sense; the one that I have is the tall 8oz can...
I think I'll just use it to blow dust...
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