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    Re: Make your own Air compressor hose?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sberry View Post
    My factory ends last a long time. Not bent over hanging on them, mostly straight and once in a while need 6 inches chopped off on a coupler end. Wheat,,, you using H connectors?
    The high flows on my 1/2" hoses are P style connectors.... the majority on the 3/8 lines are the regular M style couplers.
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    Re: Make your own Air compressor hose?

    This what I use
    It is reusable too.

    Dave

    https://www.amazon.com/Cambridge-Hos...02171015&psc=1
    Quote Originally Posted by Gamble View Post
    I need a small section of air compressor hose so I can run another filter off the back of the machine to a filter then to my hose. I don't want to have both directly on the back of the machine with a chance to break.
    Does harbor freight sell everything I need to customize my own hose ? Or is there a place that sells them in 6" or 8" sections?

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    Re: Make your own Air compressor hose?

    I got started with H and use them on both but my demand for 1/2 hose is very rare. But use 1 for it all. Its a 72 cfm connector.

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    Re: Make your own Air compressor hose?

    I had to re crimp one of the Oetk clamps yesterday. They are ok, better than a screw but not all that impressed really.

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