I certainly hope so! I bought one and plan on running it up to 250psi all the time. I believe that the ratings on these tanks are conservative. Everyone here has the same kind of tanks and they are running them that high and higher. However, if it blows up and kills you, then it is not my fault!!!Originally posted by lowriding619@Jul 27 2005, 08:25 PM
i was wondering if its ok to go over the psi rating on these kind of tanks nothing extreme just 200psi to 250 psi ? :
thanks in advance-nick
and yes they can cause metal to flyOriginally posted by Swingin80Lincoln@Jul 27 2005, 10:40 PM
youll be fine, like joe said, watch the water/rust. when tanks go, they fuck shit up. where i used to work, they got the idea of hooking up a nitrogen bottle w/o a regulator and 'just cracking the bottle' well this setup also had home depot air tanks. it ruptured the tank, causing enough damage to where the bed needed to be replaced along with the rear of the cab.