in line moisture trap

my passhe has one in the air line.
i know i don't much need it in the desert using
spare tire supply, but are they effective in fat air
climates?
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so the small in lines are fine?
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e
Go to your local autoparts emporium and buy yourself an inline fuel filter. I've got one of those big transluscent plastic ones with a paper filter element inside (for a VW bug, I think) that I've been using for over 15 years and have never had a drop of water come through. They're pretty cheap in IMHO very effective. Don McIntyre Clarksville, TN
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Don McIntyre
i have a crate of those for the bikes. thanks.
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And "Don McIntyre" opened up and revealed to the world news: snipped-for-privacy@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com:
Don,
That's where I got the one from that I have on my air tank. I've got one that as a valve to release the moisture on it.
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Digital_Cowboy
I like the one Don recommends below. Just keep an eye on it. If it literally fills with water (as they do here in the South), just undo the small drain plug or disconnect it from the hose and empty it.
Art
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Art Murray
Clever idea although I don't often see translucent fuel filters. BTW moisture traps are merely an expansion chamber that allows the water vapor to come out of suspension before the air is forced back into the small hose. Ya need something translucent so you can tell when to empty it! hth
The Keeper (of too much crap!)
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