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Old 26 June 2017, 21:26   #1
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adapter for Novurania old valve to Bravo BST inflator

I recently picked up a BST 12 on eBay for $55 and was pretty impressed with it the first time I used it. I have the black hose that I used with my Bravo 10 foot pump to inflate my Novurania 530DL. The Bravo BST 12 came with its original yellow hose.

Anyone know an adapter to join these two hoses together or to screw-in the black hose directly to the BST 12?

Thanks.
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Old 27 June 2017, 15:19   #2
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I recently picked up a BST 12 on eBay for $55 and was pretty impressed with it the first time I used it. I have the black hose that I used with my Bravo 10 foot pump to inflate my Novurania 530DL. The Bravo BST 12 came with its original yellow hose.

Anyone know an adapter to join these two hoses together or to screw-in the black hose directly to the BST 12?

Thanks.
Cut the fitting out and glue it in with 3M 5200.
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Old 27 June 2017, 17:03   #3
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Cut the fitting out and glue it in with 3M 5200.

Certainly an option but I want to preserve the original black hose for when I need to add small amounts of air on the go.
Best would be something to put in the BST that had the female threads of the Bravo 10.
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