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Old February 10th, 2014, 06:36 PM   #1
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I used this for bagging fish, if you add a attachment at the end of the hose this would be great for you serious off road guys. It would give you a air tank that doesn't need to be run by a motor.

Tank is stamped good til 2015, the regulator is missing one glass lens but still work.

Filled with air

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Old February 10th, 2014, 07:02 PM   #2
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What's the regulator max psi ?
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Old February 10th, 2014, 07:16 PM   #3
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Why would we want to fill our tires with Oxygen?
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Why would we want to fill our tires with Oxygen?
don't you fill your tires with air?
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What's the regulator max psi ?
4000 psi
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don't you fill your tires with air?
Yea air, or CO2. Not oxygen. Isn't that an oxygen tank? Looks like one.
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Oxygen tanks are bright green so I do not think it is oxygen. Even if it was doesn't mean you have to fill it with oxygen.
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Oxygen tanks are bright green so I do not think it is oxygen. Even if it was doesn't mean you have to fill it with oxygen.
If it's a O2 tank then the filling place won't fill it with anything else. Not all are bright green, some are a darker green like this one looks like because it is industrial and not medical and the regulator says oxygen on it. My torch setup out in the garage has dark a dark green tank. If you were going to fill it yourself with your compressor, it wouldn't hold very much volume of compressed air at 120 psi. Maybe 1 tire. I can't tell if it's an R or an RR tank which is only 20-40 CF at 2200 psi.
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it is a o2 tank. I used it to bag fish. It has other uses I just threw a idea out there.

I wont be using it so I am selling it :)
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If it's a O2 tank then the filling place won't fill it with anything else. Not all are bright green, some are a darker green like this one looks like because it is industrial and not medical and the regulator says oxygen on it. My torch setup out in the garage has dark a dark green tank. If you were going to fill it yourself with your compressor, it wouldn't hold very much volume of compressed air at 120 psi. Maybe 1 tire. I can't tell if it's an R or an RR tank which is only 20-40 CF at 2200 psi.
most places around here will trade like size tanks, you can walk in with a 20lb O2 and walk out with a full CO2 tank for just the cost of the gas
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