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Old 10-19-2012, 04:38 PM   #21
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I was just saying the hydros are checked befire he gets them filled.
Before I sell any tank( filled or empty) I make sure the hydro is good.
Pass the test or get hydroed





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so your saying they are all out of date?

or your just being helpful and telling me what needs to be done if they are out of date?
All the tanks are used. So the dates on the tanks. Could be correct or be wrong. I do not go by the date. I go by the hydro test.
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Old 10-20-2012, 01:31 AM   #22
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I should have gone the tankswap route wit Airgas instead of buying my powertank, cheaper to just get it switched out then refilling this 20lb PowerTank every month
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As fat is filling is concerned can I refill on my own using my standard air compressor fitting, or is it something I'd have to have done professionally?
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Gotcha. That makes sense. Wouldn't be worth it. How much is a CO2 refill??
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Gotcha. That makes sense. Wouldn't be worth it. How much is a CO2 refill??
Last time we filled a 10# one it cost like $20. And its done 15 tires really fast and still counting.
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filling the CO2 tank? you could i guess just put air in it..would barely fill 2 tires before it was empty though..
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very cool..

so..what are the tank sizes dimensions??
sizes very from every tank. i could have two 10lb tanks and have a lil bit diff dimensions.

off the top of my head
25lb is around 28 in. tall and a diameter around 8 in.
10lb is around 20 in. tall and a diameter around 7 in.

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Last time we filled a 10# one it cost like $20. And its done 15 tires really fast and still counting.
After that i was told the tank had about 25% left.

Tank refills are around $20-$35. depends on the tank size of course.
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Mine after over 20 tires im still over half full. The CO2 last a while for sure. Ive heard over 50+ tires before having to refill.
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Some good reading here about co2 tanks. Good deal Miley!
http://www.stu-offroad.com/recovery/co2/co2-1.htm
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$100 gets what # tank?
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Sub'd good deal!
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