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Old 08-29-2011, 10:59 AM   #181
Phrasty
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I can't believe I just found this thread...outstanding build and tutorial Phrasty...congrats!
Wow JD... where you been brother? It's been around for a long minute :) Thanks man!

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Here is a pic of my 120 gallon reverse flow
Looking really good there! Great work!

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Before cutting on any propane tank you should fill it with soapy water and let it sit for a week. Liquid propane will penetrate the metal. Also Mercaptane will pool on the bottom. Simply drill a small hole on the bottom when you want to drain it.
Hey Gixx good point. I had placed emphasis on this very thing at the very beginning of the thread.

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Hey guys.
I filled the tank with water and dishwashing liquid let it sit overnight and drain. Repeated 3 times. This method has had good results with me in the past... I'm sure it will make a small dent on my water bill however.
***I REALLY DO NOT RECOMMEND PEOPLE CUTTING PROPANE TANKS AT ALL, it's a last resort for me. Hard to find tanks this size with thick enuf walls thats not a propane tank out here.
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