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    Coilhose Pneumatics Air Compressor Couplers

    I've been using Coilhose Pneumatics air compressor couplers for a while now and really like them. For those who may not be familiar, they allow you to pressurize and depressurize a line or a tool by sliding a knurled sleeve on the coupler....VERY handy and safe. Plus, they accept virtually any type of quick attach coupler so there's no need to change out your existing couplers. I've abused some of them many times by dropping them on the floor and they're still working perfectly.

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    Interesting. I just use the Milton couplers from farm and fleet. Good quality stuff.
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    Do they make coupling easier? Or just depressurize the line for uncoupling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drifterbike View Post
    Interesting. I just use the Milton couplers from farm and fleet. Good quality stuff.
    Yep, I've always used Milton's air compressor products but replaced my couplers with Coilhose after seeing a neighbor's unit. I really like the ability to pressurize and depressurize at the coupler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    Do they make coupling easier? Or just depressurize the line for uncoupling?
    I do find the Coilhose units easier to couple than my Milton units. Granted, relieving the pressure, by definition, certainly makes it easier to couple but I think the Coilhose's coupler design is superior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rod330 View Post
    I do find the Coilhose units easier to couple than my Milton units. Granted, relieving the pressure, by definition, certainly makes it easier to couple but I think the Coilhose's coupler design is superior.
    I guess I will try one. I have no trouble coupling tools to the current coupler I have, BUT my daughters are unable to. So I have to do it for them when they visit and later want to check their car or truck's tire pressure.

    Checking the oil and tire pressure is one thing I have managed to "drill" into them .
    Wife not so much, I'll ask her when she checked her oil or tires and she will say "never, that's why I you"
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    I have some Coilhose Pneumatics yellow coiled hose air lines and blow guns and they are far better compared to the cheap stuff.
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    I use these on my air lines. They are soooo much nicer and safer. I actually like them better than the Parker version which are much more expensive.

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