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Old 04-26-2007, 09:15 PM   #1
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Default Won an ebay auction...

I bid on, and won, this:

I planned on using it as a secondary regulator, but I am now wondering if it going to work. The input at 3 o'clock s for gas in, 6 o'clock is gas out, and 9 o'clock is for an additional gauge, right? with the current setup in the image, what needs to be done to make this work for a secondary reg?

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Old 04-27-2007, 01:22 AM   #2
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If I had to guess, this was already setup as a secondary regulator -

Noon gague - output Pressure to 6 o'clock hose
3 and 9 are "high pressure" in/out. the 9 could be a gague for the high-pressure or on to another 2ndary regulator.

The "high pressure" does not have to be 800 PSI - it can be 30PSI or 12 PSI coming from your original reg.

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