Storing tanks - Bungee edition

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Posted by Jeff Shaw on November 21, 2005 at 21:58:03:

In Reply to: Re: Storing tanks posted by coralcuts on November 21, 2005 at 21:23:37:

Well I just finished with my tank adventure.
I decided that I wanted to protect my new Jaguar (Toyota) from tanks flying around in an earthquake. So I adopted the, bungee thing from dive boats. The tanks are held too the wall by bungees

I am much less of a man when it comes to tank envy. The tally is 2 AL80s, two steel 72s (from the 60's), and an al60sumthin.

I want one of Max's ol LP 120s, but burglary is frowned upon, and he might recognize it on a dive.

My dear departed Dad had a theory that all things could be fixed with coathangers and needle nose pliers.

He was wrong...
Coat hangers, needle nose pliers, wire ties, duct tape and vice grips.

Or go get the right tool and save time and money.

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