Discussion in 'The Tool Shed' started by cybrfire, Sep 13, 2006.
we turned an old air tank into a air powered luber.
Me likes!! BTW, is that base a beadlock rim
Yeah, rejected ring. At least it didn't go to the scrap yard.
my buddy worked for coke years ago. he grabed some old surip tanks and hose ends. he does the same thing. 1 gear oil. 1 antifreeze. 1 motor oil. and so on.
I'd give ya an A fer that.................hunting tanks around here, now!
Way cool! Gotta love that simple $hit....
ONE NOTE OF DANGER!
when you get the wheels welded or bolted to the base, go directly to attaching the base to the tank. Don't try rolling around like a teenager on a skateboard. I guess I'm just not as young as I use to be.
I won't mention the time I rode a pallet jack like a scooter and made everyone late leaving on a Friday b/c of some cardboard & a jam-track door......
sweet idea......I've got a tank just like they laying around here.
i used to ride a pallet jack all over the place when i was working in the warehouse.
Great idea,I did something like that for a power bleeder.
how about a little write up on that?
Kert, ever thought of selling rejected rings for projects like this?
ooooooo good thinkin. would make a neato frame thingy for a clock in the garage.
Actually I try to spend my time not rejecting rings! I do have a couple though.
i might want one...wouldnt be bad for the tank i want to run in the blazer for the air horn i want
Don't have the tanks just the rejected beadlock ring or two.
Ship me one doood....
i know that, i want one "for" the tank i am going to get
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