Originally posted by MuddMachine:
hey umm..... new scuba tanks are only $2+. They are not 300 and they hold 80cu.ft @3000psi. This IS the tank to use
it's $2 to get them filled. It's $300 to buy a tank.Originally posted by big4:
hmmm... big range... $10-$300 for getting tank filled...
Interior mike: what is the expected life from scuba tanks? Is there a rated # of fills? For $2 I will buy a scuba tank... where?
Re and Re a entire suspension lift...? Tell you what how about you do an experiment for all of us on here debating the question...Originally posted by MuddMachine:
U guys are a mess. It costs me $5 to fill my tank. It holds 3000 psi but u dont run it wide open.....duh Put a low pressure hose in the low pressure port of an old scuba reg u pick up for $50. i got mine out there for that price in poco so look around.tanks need a hydrostatic inspection every 5 yrs and scuba shops give you CLEAN DRY COMPRESSED AIR . 1 tank is enough air to re and re a whole suspension lift, tires and all. And forget about reseating a HUGE tire with OBA.