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Old 01-14-2010, 09:09 AM   #11
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your not likely to find any carboys that are tempered, and if you do you wouldn't pay the money to purchase anyway. use a milk crate to haul that puppy around and keep it from clanking off other objects and it'll likely serve you well for many years.

when you buy better bottles do the same with the milk crate. BB's have a tendency for the layers of plastic to separate when under repeated stresses as in when you tilt a full bottle over whil cleaning witht the bottom resting unevenly.

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