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Old 03-12-2011, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - For Sale - 2 x 60 Gallon Plastic Conicals

I have two 60 gallon plastic conicals that I don't have a need for anymore. I am hoping someone on here might. Both are in really good shape, but the one with the insulation on it needs fittings and the black fabric layer glued back on in some places. These are not the fully-draining models.

Tank 1 includes:
Lid
2" x 2" SS male nipple
2" x 2" SS street elbow
2" SS Ball Valve
2" x 1/2" SS reducer with 1/2" SS ball valve
Casters

Tank 2 includes:
Lid
Insulation
Casters
Drilled for racking arm, but racking arm not included
No dump valve

The picture should be pretty self-explanatory, but if you have any questions, please contact me.

$250 takes them both. Located in Orange County, CA. Local pickup only (unless you care to arrange and pay for shipping).



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Old 03-13-2011, 12:32 AM   #2
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informational only.


http://www.usplastic.com/catalog/item.aspx?itemid=45026&catid=513&clickid=searchres ults

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Old 03-13-2011, 07:06 AM   #3
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No offense meant here, and I honestly don't care if someone purchases a tank from that link, but that isn't exactly an apples-to-apples comparison. Here is the original tank: http://www.plastic-mart.com/class.php?item=138. Besides being a different brand tank, you aren't factoring in shipping nor the price of the SS dump valve fittings, casters, and insulation. I know from when I purchased these, it would be hard to get away with one tank for under $250 by the time shipping was added in. On top of that, a 2" stainless ball valve on McMaster alone is just under $150.

Anyway, my purpose of the post is to maybe help someone out locally (nano startup ?). If not, I'll just keep putting beer in them.
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Like I said, informational only. You sound offended. The link is to be used as a reference point. Enjoy.

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What's meant by "not full drain" -- doesn't it drain completely with the valve on the bottom??

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What's meant by "not full drain" -- doesn't it drain completely with the valve on the bottom??
There is a bulkhead fitting in the bottom of the tank that causes a bit of liquid to be left behind.
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What's meant by "not full drain" -- doesn't it drain completely with the valve on the bottom??
Think of the flange in the bottom of your kitchen sink. If that flange was 1/8" thick, it would leave just a small ring of liquid that doesn't drain. No big deal.
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The tanks have tentatively been sold.

Thanks for looking.

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