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Motomaster air compressor 058-7949-6

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SOURCE: how do you regulate the air pressure on FUWA AIRBRUSH COMPRESSOR

There is usually a regulator where the air coupling is. if not,just add one with some simple fittings and a regulator you can find at home depot in tool dept.

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