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now that you have the paint chamber complete we can now build the air chamber.
Take one of the galvanized end caps and drill a hole to fit the tire valve. Put valve in. I suggest to seal everything from hear out with ...
take other end cap and drill a 7/16" hole and tap with the 1/4"-18 pipe tap.
Clean, seal and tightly screw together the end caps with the 2" galvanized pipe. This will be the air chamber.
Take the 3/8" ball valve and screw in both 3/8"to1/4" adapters. On the opened side of the lever, file a small square notch into it for the trigger ...
When the valve is open you want the lever of the valve to point to the air tank, the longer 1/4" nipple goes between the tank and the ...
Take the air plumbing and screw the longer 1/4" nipple into the air chamber. Close the ball valve and pressurize the air tank and check for leaks(dunk in ...
Take the paint chamber(PC) and if you have not yet glued the sprayer assembly(SA) on yet, slide it on and mark where it stops on PC and then ...
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air powered tripwire paint mine 5 (how to use and notes)by tobster9103
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