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I thought of this wen i was roofing. Its a 6 way air manifold machined from solid aluminum i added a steel loop to the end so it can be attached to something so it don't fall of the roof.
 

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I would think a bigger line coming in might be neede if multiple tools will be used at once
 
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I prefer using a main feed line 1/2" with 1/2" fittings to a 10gallon tank that has an air splitter on it. Using a single splitter has caused problems with air. The air pig seems to be a noticeable improvement. Same as stepping upto 1/2" lines and fittings for the main. Using 1/4" from the splitter
 

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I prefer using a main feed line 1/2" with 1/2" fittings to a 10gallon tank that has an air splitter on it. Using a single splitter has caused problems with air. The air pig seems to be a noticeable improvement. Same as stepping upto 1/2" lines and fittings for the main. Using 1/4" from the splitter
Are you what are you doing roofing or framing ? And how many guns
 

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These are something i would like to build and sell. I'm just trying to find out if its a worth wile project. I found the air manifold to be vary use full on the job but that's just my opinion i would like to know everyone else's. Would you bye one if you seen it at lows. And what would you pay. Thanks for all the info its Ben help full
 
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