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Old 09-26-2008, 08:54 AM   #1
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CO2 air tanks

Does anybody have one of these. Ive used one before and they work good. Im thinking about getting a small 5lb tank or two to put in my truck I just want to know if its safe to keep behind the rear seats or does it need to be stored outside. Also will it fit?

http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/co2systems.htm
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Old 09-26-2008, 09:29 AM   #2
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i was actually looking at picking up one of those from wheelers too. i dont think its an issue to have in the cab of the truck but im not sure on exact fitment. i'll probably get a little bigger one and mount it in the bed of my truck.
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Yeah I thought about that too im just worried about having the tank stolen. I want to be able to carry this with me all the time. Plus with the short bed I dont want to tie up to much bed space
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Does anybody have one of these. Ive used one before and they work good. Im thinking about getting a small 5lb tank or two to put in my truck I just want to know if its safe to keep behind the rear seats or does it need to be stored outside. Also will it fit?

http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/co2systems.htm
Nothing wrong with having it inside. You should check http://trdparts4u.com/, there prices are better. Ask for Jacque or Gerone and tell them that kilo sent you.
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Thanks Janster thats what I was planning on doing...im going to price the tanks local and compare them to some ebay ones or something
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