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Fedri

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Ohh man even though it looks great I wouldn't spend $500 usd for us over a $1000 with shipping and fees and the dollar conversion. I bought a nice 55 gallons of a clear tank for only $30 locally, I rather spend the $1000 for wrapping my new pro master.
 

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Ohh man even though it looks great I wouldn't spend $500 usd for us over a $1000 with shipping and fees and the dollar conversion. I bought a nice 55 gallons of a clear tank for only $30 locally, I rather spend the $1000 for wrapping my new pro master.
This is precisely why we all need to ditch the WTO and join the Commonwealth
 

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Comparing these tanks to a $30.00 tank is not even close to a fair comparison. You can’t buy the mounting breakers that come with the Mytee tanks for $30.00. Like comparing apples and oranges. These can be holding tanks or vacuum tanks. They are that strong.
 
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John,
Any idea how much lift these tanks can handle? I remember previous were 22”
 

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John,
Any idea how much lift these tanks can handle? I remember previous were 22”
I doubt you’ll collapse the tank. Previously it was tested with a 45 blower with out a relief valve at 24” hg and after 20 minutes they turn the blower off for rear it would damage the blower. Some guys pump from their small Tm tank to these using as holding tanks.
 

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Hi John I have the three roto recovery tanks. Wow their great I have the Cobb 2045 unit the tanks are 9 yrs old and are like new. The vacs are hooked to a 45 blower and great vacuum . And No smell even after 9 yrs but I do rinse them after each job. jz.
 
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Ohh man even though it looks great I wouldn't spend $500 usd for us over a $1000 with shipping and fees and the dollar conversion. I bought a nice 55 gallons of a clear tank for only $30 locally, I rather spend the $1000 for wrapping my new pro master.
Hi Fedri can you please share the link. Thanks
 

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Does anyone have a pic of using these tanks plumbed up to a blower or e-Motor? Are u guys cutting a hole in the flat circles on the side or through the top?
 

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What are your thoughts on using these tanks with a number 5 blower thanks Ken