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Old 02-23-2020, 05:47 PM
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The bottle cages are outside, it's cold out there, and then have to go get the keys...

Little more research says these are probably 33 lb 'forklift tanks'.

https://www.amerigas.com/products-an...ustrial-trucks
http://www.cramerdecker.com/pdf/Prop...nder_Sheet.pdf

I thought some detail of the top layout and windows in the top flange might also help




On most of them, there are 3 windows around the top ring, and a slot for a mounting rack pin. The 2 windows near the pin slot are biggest, the one opposite the slot is smaller

I have a couple better pics, but they give way too many clues about where i work, and on what, so i'm not posting them in the open. If you need better details than these let me know.

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Old 02-23-2020, 10:23 PM
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I must try this, I have acetone by the gallon, and no I do not cook meth, I Tig weld and acetone is use to clean parts. super glue and styrene is a total bust..

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=) been around the block once or twice with this kind of stuff, hehe

and since I use ABS, once filled, joining the 2 parts together is super easy.. line them up and brush a little acetone over the seam.. it works just like the liquid styrene glues (bondene & others) - melts the joint together, making it stronger than the surrounding layers.
in fact, acetone works better than superglue on ABS.
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From the clues, I've pieced together that you work in a pillow factory and the forklift is for carrying the geese around... The crane was for the extra large geese for the extra large pillows. I'm right aren't I??
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I gave too many clues, ya got me. Yeah the boom lift from earlier is used to send people up to pluck the giant geese once we drag them into the building.

Now the real question is why do i keep talking about Yales and even a giant Hyster fork, but i just show a Komatsu?
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Because the komatsu belongs to Mr. Plow?
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some great pics, frizzen.

I see I have a little bit of work to do to get the top looking right for this application.
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