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    Default inline shutoff valve

    Used to run an old gmc compressor and it had a shutoff valve before the airline which was really useful - depressurise the line between coats
    The unit I'm using these days doesn't have one.

    Its a Rolair JC25WH
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    My Question:

    s it be possible to install a shutoff valve into the outlet on the compressor using a nitto coupler one end and another nitto to connect to the airline

    Thanks for any suggestions
    ray c
    dunno what's more fun, buyin' the tools or usin' em'

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    It sure is, Bunnings will have a male/female valve 1/4 that you could even put behind the existing nitro fitting on the compressor

    PowerFit 1 / 4" BSP Inline Valve Air Tool Fitting - Bunnings Australia

    or

    Jflex 1/4" BSP Female And Male Mini Ball Valve - Bunnings Australia

    cheers

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