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    ok good vid, plenty of good ideas,,,dont u have one of those loud screaming cutoff saws?? i did see u holding and cuttoffing almost every thing w a angle grinder... and u did go over 10 min, sooo heres your Sam Kinison award,,,,,OOOOOH,OOOOH,OH,OH,OOOOOH,OOOOOOH !!!!!

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    Nicely done. I believe that I would cut the tank somewhat offset to make the bottom half somewhat larger to hold more fluid and keep larger parts below the rim. A one inch offset of the tank cut would make a 2 inch difference but wouldn't make a lot of difference in the size of the opening.

    I've made a few charcoal grills using the larger Freon type tanks. Same basic plan or technique. They're quite portable.



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