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Old 04 April 2010, 15:15   #11
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No offence taken, the Barrus tanks are very strong though and can be used laid down or stood up.
I have bought all sorts of tanks and have probably 4 different styles but not Barus ones very much to my regret.I have no doubt you would not look back once you have used them.Quality has a price
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I have bought all sorts of tanks and have probably 4 different styles but not Barus ones very much to my regret.I have no doubt you would not look back once you have used them.Quality has a price
Yep, I was climbing over them today and they don't flex with 16.5 stone on them.
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Yep, I was climbing over them today and they don't flex with 16.5 stone on them.
That's very sturdy and probably well over-engineered for the required function.

Tanks sound tough too
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Yep, I was climbing over them today and they don't flex with 16.5 stone on them.
They make quite a handy seat with a pad strapped to the top too
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No offence taken, the Barrus tanks are very strong though and can be used laid down or stood up.

do they not have a vent??? I was considering a spare tank but it would be in my main dry locker and i dont want the stink!!
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