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  • #16
    Thanks .

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    • #17
      Originally posted by ligito View Post
      Where do you find the hanger bolts?
      My local industrial supply doesn't have them.
      Do a web search for either Hangermate or Sammys hangers and you should find all the information you need to either order direct or pass the contact information off to your local industrial supply. Barring all that, if you need the bolts and can get them nowhere else, I'll be happy to forward you the web link to my local industrial supply. PM if you need that link, but it would probably be cheaper to either order yourself or have your supply house do it.

      http://www.sammysuperscrew.com/

      http://www.elcoconstruction.com/hang...lmaterials.asp

      BTW, I had to drill the conduit hanger for the larger all-thread and add a longer machine screw to hold the larger diameter pipe instead of the conduit in the clamp hanger.
      Last edited by WyoRoy; 06-11-2009, 04:44 PM.

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      • #18
        Thanks, I'm going to Tacoma Screw today and will see if they have them in their Hangermate stock.

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        • #19
          A little late to the post, but I thought I'd throw these sites out there for a good resource. I used these when I put in my garage air system.

          http://www.oldsmobility.com/air-compressor-piping.htm

          http://www.webbikeworld.com/t2/compressed-air/

          I used 3/4" copper (mostly because it had a bunch to start with) and soldered everything except the main connect to the compressor. Turned out really awesome - after a few days when the system is fully charged - I get virtually no-bleed off. I have 3 drops - each with a drain and tee (I think I used 8 total shutoff valves.

          Good luck with your project!

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