There is a gas fluxer up for auction on Ebay. I have the same model and it works great.
I'm looking for an All-State Jet Fluxer, Model #69 GasFluxer or similar gas flux tank. Anybody have one laying around gathering dust, not using, don't want or need? PM me and let me know what you want for it.
I found that this morning after I posted this, it seems to be missing the reserve tank unfortunately. I'll keep an eye on it and see where it goes.
It looks like an excellent unit, good to hear you like it.
Yes, I should have mentioned the missing top tank. However in the ten years that I've owned mine, I've never used the top tank.
It's still very functional without it and I think you would need to be using the flux bottle all day every day before you would miss it. I guess the one down side would be depressurising the tank to fill it. I paid $680.00 Cdn from a dealer to give you an idea of retail.
Darn, I missed out on the gasfluxer last night, so the quest continues. It's good to hear you like yours, I had never heard of that brand. The Model#69 is probably a-lot more gasfluxer than I would ever need. But, I now have two brands to look for.
Someone had told me, since the pressures are so low, some guys are using modified fire extinguishers as gas flux tanks. The All-State Jet Fluxer is essentially just that, an "extinguisher like" tank and an in/out valve. Have you ever heard or seen this done? This sounds like an alternative low-buck way to go? I may go this route if I can't find a good used one. Since this is essentially for hobby purposes, the "big boss" may go ballistic if I spent $400+USD on a fluxer!
I'm sorry to hear you didn't win that auction. Yes, there is not to much to these fluxers. I believe all there is, is one tube (inlet) that goes to the bottom of the bottle and one tube (outlet) taken from the top of the bottle. You could probably build one without too much effort. I would just make sure that it is leak tight by doing a 5 psi pressure test and then submerge in water and check for bubbles. I would also recommend you drop the pressure off the tank and hoses when you are done as this will help extend your hose life. The flux has a tendency to eat hoses.