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Old 08-04-2019, 09:13 PM
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Today, I switched from 1/4” style A Milton air fittings to 3/8” style T Milton air line fittings, which according to Milton, the style and size increase, will give me roughly 3-4 times the flow. With the new bigger air lines and the new air line fittings, air flow should not be a problem.

I checked, I made a mistake, mine are actually Tru-Flate/Amflo T style air fittings (Milton H style) according to them, they are in the 67 cfm range, again I bought what was local, I did not see any V style. All I really know is the air at the end of the hose appears to be about double of what it use to be.

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