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I've got two tanks, one that had some holes and filled in with j.b. weld, and another that altough has some dents is fine, except it's got some crap inside of it, whats is the best way to clean it out? or should i use the other tank, doesn't seem to leak.
Thanks Ryan
 

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DON'T use the patched one...it may not leak right now, but that spells T-R-O-U-B-L-E later on.

Have a pro clean out your tank. It must be opened up, cleaned out and re-welded together. They can properly evacuate the tank before doing it. Otherwise you may bloe yourself up!

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Check how much it will cost to have it cleaned. It may be worth it to buy a new tank by the time you figure the cleaning cost.

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For the cost of a new tank I don't think it would be worth the time and effort to even mess with an old one, not to mention the piece of mind knowing that you will probley not ever have to worry about it again.
 

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I've seen new tanks on e-bay for less than
$150.
 

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well.... you could always use a match
 
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