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How many fills from 72ci tank

November 13 2008 at 12:50 PM

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With tank starting at 3000psi and filling Disco from 1000 to 2000?

 
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george benson
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Re: How many fills from 72ci tank

November 13 2008, 3:31 PM 

John owner of JDS says 6 or 7 fills. I have one of those tanks and fill adapters coming in the mail right now. Getting tired of pumping. Benson.

 
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Re: How many fills from 72ci tank

November 13 2008, 5:24 PM 

I've got a tank, just need the regulator. 6 or 7 fills is pretty good.

 
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Don't toss the pump yet....

November 13 2008, 8:48 PM 

You can fill the tank also, IF you have the stainless foster fitting on the end of the pump hose.

It's good exercise....grab a beer....and the box fan....get in front of the TV....and work away!

 
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george benson
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November 14 2008, 4:39 PM 


Doug have you ever filled a 72 c.i. tank with a hand pump? At 3000 p.s.i. how many pump strokes would you need. Doug you must be one determined shooter. I tried to fill a 22 c.i. tank and I thought I would drop dead. lol Way to hard. Benson.

 
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John from CA
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I filled my 72ci once...

November 14 2008, 6:03 PM 

With the Discovery pump, it took about 1400-1450 pump strokes from empty. About 400-450 strokes to get from 2000psi to 3000psi. And yes, it does take quite a bit of time and effort. Doug is indeed determined.

 
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Doug W
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Well....

November 14 2008, 8:42 PM 

I don't fill it from empty, that would take a while. But to re-fill it up from 2000 to 3000 psi, is not that bad. OK, maybe a couple of brews.....and some Advil......but I do it all the time!

 
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