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Old 02-14-2020, 12:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Size of this tank?

I’ve been looking at this big ol Air America tank for a couple years and I don’t see anything suggesting volume. Anyone have a clue?



Seems like one of the old sizes was 114 ci?
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Old 02-14-2020, 12:47 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I'd say either 92 or 112, my money is on 92 if the a 68 next to it
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I neglected to mention that the one on the right is about 68 (might be 70?). Was thinking the middle is about 90.
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Old 02-14-2020, 07:09 AM   #4 (permalink)
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If that's the case, the largest is definitely a 114 ci.

Speaking of which, anyone know where one can get a new 114/4500? My 90 ci isn't ridiculous enough.
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Dang what are you running that you need that much air for?

I'm not finding anything at the moment but it's to the point that you could just run 2 68 tanks in sequence
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In the old 10-man events we’d carry 14+ pods with us, those tanks were a life saver. Also note it’s only a 3k
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This came off an old rt that I sold a long while back.



Picked up the whole thing in a pawn shop for $50!
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Looks like an old 114ci tank.
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Dang what are you running that you need that much air for?

I'm not finding anything at the moment but it's to the point that you could just run 2 68 tanks in sequence
Shoebox.

That's why I like co2 on mine, you get a decent return on a 20oz tank.
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Shoebox.

That's why I like co2 on mine, you get a decent return on a 20oz tank.
CO2?? On an electro?!? Thatís unpossible!!! Next youíll be dividing by zero!!!
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