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Uniweld 800 PSI Nitrogen Regulator Kit | with Gauge, Bleed Off, & Whip

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$0.00
Choose your options:
Gauge:
0-300 PSI (Glycerin FIlled)
0-400 PSI (Glycerin FIlled)
0-600 PSI GLYCERIN FILLED
0-1000 PSI GLYCERIN FILLED
Select Hose Type & Length:
Rubber 8'
Rubber 12'
Rubber 15'
Stainless 6'
Stainless 8'
Stainless 12'
Stainless 15'
Product Code: N-REG-UNI800-8R-W
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This is a hose shock nitrogen-filling kit from Schmidty Racing Suspensions commonly used to charge shocks such as ORI, King, and Fox. Kit includes a Uniweld RHP800 (0 - 800 PSI) regulator and comes standard with 8' long rubber hose. There are different hose length options made of either rubber or stainless steel.

The end assembly has a polished, SRS engraved, solid stainless steel shut off valve connected to an SRS engraved billet "T". It has a 12" braided stainless steel flexible stainless steel hose with a swivel end to allow the no-loss chuck to rotate 360 degrees to get into tight places. Our end assemblies also come with a more durable and rugged, glycerin-filled gauge (except for 160 PSI Dry options) that have a 2" face and polished stainless steel body.


Options:

    Hose:
    • Rubber: 8', 12', 15' lengths
    • Stainless Steel: 6', 8', 12', 15' lengths

    Secondary (SRS) Gauge:
    • 0 - 160 PSI with 2" face (Dry)
    • 0 - 300 PSI with 2" face (Glycerin)
    • 0 - 400 PSI with 2" face (Glycerin)
    • 0 - 600 PSI with 2" face (Glycerin)
    • 0 - 1000 PSI with 2" face (Glycerin) and higher rated PSI bleed off valve

The rubber hoses are rated to 3250 PSI; the stainless steel ones are, braided, Teflon-lined, and rated to 3000 PSI. Either type of hose has female swivel fittings on each end. The main manifold has a stainless steel shut off valves for each line. Each hose line has a small bore no-loss chuck on the end that is mounted to the hose via a swivel fitting that rotates 360 degrees to get into any position without twisting or kinking the hose. The no-loss chuck opens and closes schrader valve stems under constant pressure via the small "T" handle, which gives accurate and repeatable pressure setting of nitrogen pressures for all offroad ATV, ATC, UTV, dirt bike, sand rail, buggy shocks, etc.


Specifications:

    RHP800 Regulator:
    • 0 - 4000 PSI tank gauge (rubber cushioned to guard from damage)
    • 0 - 1000 PSI output gauge (rubber cushioned to guard from damage)
    • CGA-580 tank supply nipple (will fit most nitrogen tanks available locally)
    • 800 PSI max output / delivery pressure

    No-Loss Chuck:
    • 360 degree swivel fitting
    • 500 PSI max output / delivery pressure (If you need even higher pressure capabilities, we offer this same kit with 1500 PSI delivery)
    • Fits schrader / tire stem thread size .305-32
    • Seals to schrader stems via copper crush washer
    • Nickel-plated brass body; rest is stainless steel
    • Supply line connection is -4 and is 90 degrees to axis of valve

Reviews

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Alpha Motorsports from Flint, MI United States
August 10, 2020
Very Nice Setup
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Dan Dacko from Madison, WI United States
July 22, 2019
Quick and what we needed
No issues and their site was easy to navigate
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Brian Wollmuth from Moffit, ND United States
June 27, 2019
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Todd Beckett from Miller, SD United States
November 11, 2018
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Randy Rexing from Canton, GA United States
March 1, 2018
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