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Old 11-21-2011, 01:21 PM
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You will need to drill a hole in the removable lid for your chamber so that you can put a hose fitting in the lids. the air hose attaches to this fitting just by pressing it on. There is no reason to clamp the hose on. If you get the proper size fitting for the hose it will work just fine and not have any leaks.
Now to conect the fitting to the lid I just used a nut on the back side of the fitting with a washer so I could tighten ot down as tight as I could get it.
(Sorry the pis is so blurry but its the only pic I have of this step and hopefully it at least shows you what I am talking about here)Oh and by the way in this pic you see I used a clamp on the hose so it wouldnt come lose but I found after having to take the clamp off every time I put the chamber away I didnt need the clamp at all. It works great without it
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