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  • azgorilla
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    To aametalmaster

    Bob, not sure how to get with you about the quick releases you have. I am new to Miller web forum. Do I just post my email in this forum, or is there a way to get with you more direct? Thanks...Tom

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  • aametalmaster
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    I have a brand new set (Victor) on my kitchen window sill, prob won't use them. Sell em cheap..Email me..Bob

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  • hankj
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    JTMcC,

    All three (that's a lot for where I live) of my local suppliers have quick-connects on the shelf. Expensive, but definitely cool!

    Be well.

    hankj

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  • JTMcC
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    The Victor style may work in a shop but outside it only takes a small amount of dirt to render them useless.
    Koike brand are the standard in my world, they continue to seal even after several years of outside use/abuse.
    Those are the only two I've used, or even know of, I believe the Western brand are rebadged Victor (???).
    I highly recomend Kioke.

    JTMcC.

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  • HAWK
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    azgorilla,

    Take a look at this link. I think this is what you want. There are several options. Just click on to view the literature and you will find a 2 page PDF.
    http://www.thermadyne.com/evolution/...16&subcatid=64

    This one may be easier to read. The quick connect is on page 2.
    http://www.thermadyne.com/vec/litera...06_65-2007.pdf

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  • azgorilla
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    quick release for cutting torch

    I am tired of screwing torches and hoses together. I need to find the quick release with check ball safety features in them. Female end on gauges, male end on hose. Other end of hose, female end with male end (quick release installed on torch) on end of torch. Anyone know where these can be found?
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