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Old 12-04-2009, 12:58 PM   #11
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Yeah, I was wondering if the complete set up I linked to above is a decent quality one.. I see my hyperlink for regulator didn't work.. here it goes , or would this one be best?
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I would go with the 2nd one. You'll still need the check valve(s), diffuser, and tubing though, but atleast the regulator would be ready to go. You can buy tubing where you buy the check valves.

I personally use only one check valve and have had no issues with just the one. I diffuse the co2 with a powerhead in one of my tanks.
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I bought a used Milwaukee setup.
I had some trouble with the solenoid so I bought another directly from Milwaukee:
http://www.milwaukeetesters.com/index.html
I have had no other problems with the setup.
They have great customer service.
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Old 12-04-2009, 05:02 PM   #14
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I just ordered the 10 pound aluminum tank for $72.99, the milwaukee regulator set up, and some other things. In total, the shipping charges were only ~17 dollars, I was really surprised by how low this was.

Now I just need to get a drop checker and a check valve. Thanks for the help so far!
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