Dedenbear ABSOV Details
The Dedenbear CO2 Shut-off Valve wires right into your ignition switch and automatically turns on the CO2 bottle when the ignition is on, and off when the ignition is off. The shut-off valve Mounts between the bottle and regulator. Kit includes both left and right hand thread fittings to work with all types of regulators. This shut-off valve works just as well on either air or CO2 systems.
The Dedenbear CO2 Bottles, Kits & Accessories allow you to save money by purchasing a complete CO2 bottle kit or by allowing you to purchase the individual components necessary for your custom race car or hot rod project. The CO2 bottle kit includes a Dedenbear CO2 bottle, bottle valve, adjustable pressure regulator with dual gauges and 10-feet of 1/4'' nylon air line. Dedenbear also has you covered with CO2 bottles, bottle mounts, valves, regulators, pressure gauges, tubing and fittings needed to complete any air/CO2 installation.
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