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    I remember someone posted a while back about the badass quick connects they were using for their air tools but I can't find it. If Indiana Jones saw the ones at the shop here he'd say they being in a museum. Anybody really happy with the ones they're using?

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    Ive never had an issue with "Milton" brand fittings for hobbyist use.

    Best thing I ever did was put a whip on all my air tools. Moves the coupler 2 feet away from the tool and makes the tool a lot shorter. Coupler life seems to have increased as well.
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    I am a whip fan also. I make mine just 1 foot in length, though, because any longer and it can transform your air tool drawer in your box into a spaghetti mess.

    Chester, I have these on all of my air lines at work. They are expensive, but they are really handy to use and none of mine have worn out enough to leak air after about a year's use.

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    Don't use my real name! I have a reputation to uphold.

    I've got whips on everything but the impacts. They're about two feet long but they never see a tool box so I don't have to worry about a spaghetti drawer.

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