The parts for the project are listed below and it is important to be careful when using the bike pump as it is discharging carbon dioxide.
I use the pack to clean things off when there is no hose available or when I'm just in the woods.
1. Swiss gear hydration pack
2. In line pressure regulator
3. Co2 bike pump and Co2 canister refills
4. Thin piece of wood
5. Air Blow gun attatcments
6. Drink nozzle/spigot
7. 3/8” compression fitting
8. 3/8” quick connect tubing fitting with female threads
9. 3/8” polyethylene tubing
10. 3/8” clear tubing
11. 3/8” check valve
12. ¼” hose barbs (2)
13. Small Hose clamps (3-4)
14. Waterproof/ airtight sealant
• Drill and drill bits
• Electrical tape
• Thread seal tape
• Adjustable wrench
• Flat Screwdriver
Step 1: Drill hole and mount compression fitting
Take your drill and drill a hole that is slightly smaller than the threads on the compression fitting.
Wrap the compression threads with sealant tape and screw it into the cap for the hydration pack. It should be very tight and have resistance when turning the fitting but make sure not to over tigthen the fitting though or it will strip the cap.
When it seems tight enough take your water/air proof sealant and seal all around the fitting both in and outside the cap make sure that everything is covered as even the slightest leak will compromise the project.