I also carry a 50' 1/2" rubber air hose and a shorter 3/8" coil air hose, both with 1/4 male/female industrial quick connects, along with the collection of accessories shown in the pictures; tire gauges for the toad and MH, air gun, air chucks, etc. Also made up a portable regulator with male and female quick connects to use inline whenever regulated psi is needed. All items obtained from Harbor Freight and Tools or Home Depot.
The white plastic item and brass adapter above it shown in the first picture both have pipe threads for connecting either to the water fill for winterizing the water system, used with the regulator at 25 psi. A breakdown of the pieces to make up the brass adapter for winterizing is shown in the lower photo.
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Also a big fan of Harbor Freight for all of the my air tool supplies. I have a 50 ft hose, but find I use the 25ft coil hose more than the 50 ft. However I think I am going back to the 50 ft for the Anthem I use this tire gauge and it has been the most accurate of the others I have owned. It also has a bleeder button to lower air pressure. Nice when coming from cold to hot climate. Dual Chuck Tire Inflator with Dial Gauge
Chuck in SW FL
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