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Old 01-26-2013, 01:13 AM   #1
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Default I must have stepped on a 4 leaf clover!

I have a favorite little diner I eat lunch at while I'm out doing installs during the week.
Well this evening I met the wife there for dinner and the owner approached me and asked if I was kegging my beer. I told her not yet. I still needed some equipment to finish my build.

She went in the back and handed me a 20# Co2 tank as a gift for being such a loyal customer. It looks brand new!!

One step closer!!

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Another reason why supporting local peeps pays!

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MacDonalds would never do that!

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That's awesome man.

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Old 01-26-2013, 01:26 AM   #5
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MacDonalds would never do that!
That's for sure!
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way cool....

Support your local business and it will come back. Do that online and it would never happen....

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way cool....

Support your local business and it will come back. Do that online and it would never happen....
I have a local business and I always try to support the local guy or gal. Big supporter and member of the local chamber of commerce
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Have you checked the date stamp to see if it's still serviceable?

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Have you checked the date stamp to see if it's still serviceable?
Looking now. Not sure what Im looking for
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There should be dates stamped on the cylinder with month followed by a unique symbol and then year. Cylinders have to be hydroed every 5 years. The original manufacture date is in the really long stretch of numbers normally.
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