|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-14-2005 12:13 AM|
I bought my all in one regulator from glass gardens and I am happy with it.
|02-13-2005 06:25 PM|
Do you guys buy the regulators / needle valves locally or online?
I wouldn't want to ship a tank, but I assume that onlines probably the cheaper option for the smaller hardware.
|02-07-2005 12:51 PM|
|Clone||Thanks for the offer but I'm happy with my steel tank. Its not sexy but it is under the stand so it can't be seen.|
|02-06-2005 04:31 PM|
Filled repainted aluminum cylinders. pressure tested too
If youre interested im getting two next week they have 3 or 4 available lmk!
|02-06-2005 12:49 PM|
|Clone||Man thats cheap. Did you have to give them a deposit. I don't think you can buy empty 5# aluminum cylinders for that price.|
|02-05-2005 04:27 AM|
|cookingnerd607||I found a place in kirkwood ny for $50 filled aluminum cylinders.|
|01-10-2005 05:52 PM|
|Clone||The best I found was a place up here in Lockport: $65 for a 5lb cylinder-filled. I can't remember the name off hand, I will have to get back to you on that. When I called some of the Buffalo area weld shops the price range was $65 to $115 for a filled 5lb cylinder, so call around. The prices were cheaper the further you went from the suburbs. I never called any city of Buffalo places, but the most expensive places were in Amherst, go figure.|
|01-10-2005 04:57 PM|
co2 tanks Buffalo/Western NY
Has anyone located a cheap source of co2 tanks in the Buffalo or Western NY area?