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Old 07-30-2008, 10:48 AM
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Injector pop pressure tester nearby?

Anyone around the DFW area have a pop tester I could borrow or rent for a few days?
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Old 07-30-2008, 10:44 PM
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Here goes...

Gotta find me a 150 bar gauge.

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Old 07-31-2008, 02:48 AM
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Gotta find me a 150 bar gauge.

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I ask him where he bought his guage and he told me. As usual I saved it "some where". If you ask hime I am sure he would tell you (and post where he bought the guage).
I bought a guage from on Ebay last year (but in PSI) to replace one on a Chinese pop tester I have.
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Old 07-31-2008, 08:29 AM
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I ask him where he bought his guage and he told me. As usual I saved it "some where". If you ask hime I am sure he would tell you (and post where he bought the guage).
I bought a guage from on Ebay last year (but in PSI) to replace one on a Chinese pop tester I have.
He kindly PM'd me the source... in Canada. I'm trying to find one closer.
I found a 2000psi gauge at Northern Tool online but the pic shown is the 150psi version not the actual 2k psi gauge.
I'd like to be able to see 150 bar, roughly 2175 psi which looks possible with the gauge he used. The Northern gauge may be the same but I can't tell.
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You can get everything you need at McMaster-Carr. A bit more expensive, but they do small orders and ship to your door. They'd have to call search-and-rescue if they'd ever let me into their Chicago warehouse.

Granger is another source, but they deal with businesses only. If your boss is willing to let you use the company name and address....
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Old 07-31-2008, 09:23 AM
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You can get everything you need at McMaster-Carr. A bit more expensive, but they do small orders and ship to your door. They'd have to call search-and-rescue if they'd ever let me into their Chicago warehouse.

Granger is another source, but they deal with businesses only. If your boss is willing to let you use the company name and address....
I'll have to ask the boss.
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