Originally Posted by jminion
If the tank you have found is a used tank DO NOT cut on this tank, have it done by a pro. Every year you can find an article about a tank blowing up while someone is cutting on them.
Hehe, that's why a buddy and I have one sitting in a barn. He said he'd heard that if you ran a hose from your diesel tailpipe to the tank the carbon monoxide would would be neutralized and you could cut it. I told him to give me a call after he got it cut.....2 counties away :D Between the propane, and cutting a pressurized vessel like he described I wasn't having any part of that.
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Shut up, and cook!!!!