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Crossfire SS Unpainted Carbon Fiber Compressed Air Tank 68/4500 - High Pressure
Crossfire SS Unpainted Carbon Fiber Compressed Air Tank 68/4500 - High Pressure

Our Price: $135.77

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Description Technical Specs

To start with the Crossfire SS 68/4500 bottle itself, it is produced with care in the Crossfire Kalamazoo, MI facility. All Crossfire paintball tanks go through rigorous testing in order to bring the safest and most durable tank to your gear bag. The bottles are wrapped from the best carbon fiber and are assembled in the hands of the Crossfire family.

The big hype of the Crossfire SS 68/4500 Tank is the new regulator which comes stock on all SS series bottles. The new SS Regulator has only 3 pieces and is the first rebuildable Crossfire regulator to ever hit the market. This means you will be hard pressed to find a tank regulator that will be easier to work on or have less problems.

The Crossfire SS Tank regulator comes stock with a new mini gauge which is much smaller and lighter than the standard Crossfire tank Regulator. Both the regulator body as well as bonnet are machined with flat surfaces on the side if the regulator needs to be removed or rebuilt. Now you can do it without causing damage to the regulator.

On the safety side of the Crossfire SS 68/4500 Regulator, there are two set screws on the regulator body which hold the regulator bonnet securely onto the regulator body. In addition to that, the dual burst discs (HP and LP) will keep you safe in the event of a bottle being overfilled or a sudden spike in the regulator output pressure.

Not only is the Crossfire SS regulator light weight, but it weights much less than all of its predecessors. Also, the Crossfire SS Tank comes stock with a brass bonnet (Threaded Portion) which is much stronger and durable than some of the other standard aluminum bonnets on the market.

Overall, the Crossfire SS 68/4500 is Tank proudly made in the US and is one of the best quality tanks on the market.

  • REBUILDABLE (only three parts)

  • Shorter (a full inch shorter)
  • Lighter (over 2.4 ounces lighter)
  • Reliable (tested at some of the busiest fields with ZERO repair needs)
  • Mini gauge
  • Flats (not round) on both the regulator body and bonnet for easy non-damaging service and hydro
  • Two set screws for added safety and security.
  • Dual burst discs
  • Brass bonnet threads instead of the sticky aluminum bonnets
  • Overall Length - 10.2" (Length while screwed into ASA - 9.6")
  • Overall Weight - 2lbs 5.6oz.

Average Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 19 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
disappointed.. April 10, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Illinois  
I had a problem right away out of the box with my tank. Emailed crossfire about it but never heard back from them. I fixed the problem but I wont being buying crossfire products anymore.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
good tank, bad reg December 10, 2012
Reviewer: Justin from Aberdeen MD  
I only got to use this tank for one day at the field before air started leaking out of the pin, I pushed the pin with a hex key and it stopped until the next weekend when it started leaking again. I haven't played in about a month due to the cold weather so my tank sat in my room filled at around 4000 psi, the fill nipple started leaking and completely emptied my tank, so if you plan on getting this tank buy a different reg preferably ninja pro.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Gauge broke September 9, 2012
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Bay Area, CA  
Tank works fine at holding air, its just that after 4 fills the gauge on my regulator stopped working. I would replace it, but its red loctited in place

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Super awesome March 20, 2012
Reviewer: David Slack from Ocala, FL United States  
I got this tank a good 3 years ago when they still had a big gauges. I recently got back into paintball so I was looking at a second tank. I had no problem with the reg, burst disks, or fill valve. Some times with new regs on tanks you need to not rush the first fill. I had to get my fill nipple re-lubed because it didn't hold air for a long time and got pinched. Awesome tank. gonna get another!

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Crossfire October 4, 2011
Reviewer: Luke Caban from Saratoga Springs, NY United States  
Me and my brother both bought this same tank same time new. He has had zero issues what so ever, but mine not so much. The first week I had it I noticed it was slowly losing pressure then the LP burst disc blew. So I replaced it. Used the tank for a 3rd time and found the HP burst disc was leaking to where I could hear it. Replaced that and now the tank is working perfect. Not a huge problem just an inconvenience. The tank is light and nice to play with. Being I'm 6' tall with long arms it's a little short for me but I added a 1"CP extender and it's better.

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