June 4, 2015 at 8:32 pm #19363airgun-billParticipant
I got a steel 120 cu ft scuba tank and am looking for a good way to carry it and or cart it around. I’ve looked on the internet for pictures and ideas but I would be interest in what you guys use. Pictures would be nice if you have them to post. Thanks.June 4, 2015 at 9:21 pm #228026wildfireParticipantJune 5, 2015 at 7:03 pm #228062AnonymousInactive
Hey I like that very cool ! 😀
~ GKUJune 5, 2015 at 7:39 pm #228065wildfireParticipantquote GKU:
Thanks GKU! I have a bum shoulder so anything I can do to make hauling the big tank around helps. I checked online for SCUBA tank carts and they are waaaaaaay too much moola for what I needed. Just a little “redneck ingenuity”!
Wildfire :5:October 10, 2015 at 6:17 pm #237012rrdstarrParticipantquote Wildfire:
My situation is the same. Bum right shoulder. I wonder if an old MIG welding cart would work? Stack most of your gear on it and the SCUBA bottle.October 10, 2015 at 8:59 pm #237017lurker-1Participant
Gotta interject something here. Boron is nolonger available in our foods because nitrogen fertilizers block its uptake into apples etc. Borno eliminated my shoulder pain a year ago. And helped a neighbor regain movement of his knee.
Another cause is body pH being acidic causes joint pain. Baking soda can help with that. Body acidosis can lead to diabetes, and cancer. Pee on a pH test strip and check for yourself. My ex-doc offered no advice but apparently yearly cancer testing will eventually get them another referral ti chemo therapy. I wonder if they get a kickback?October 11, 2015 at 7:17 am #237028rrdstarrParticipant
Yeah I had a cousin in southern CA that worked at Borax for lots of years.
I’ll have to check your data about the Boron.
My right shoulder is very arthritic now and can barely get my hand above my head. The original source of injury was parachuting into Panama during the invasion and took a branch from the armpit and all the way into the ball and pushed the whole thing out of the shoulder! I was stuck 30′ up in a tree. Not a fun evening!!December 23, 2015 at 1:57 pm #241901sbb888Participant
I researched a long time to figure out how to get my tank around. I ended up with a 3 ball bowling bag. It works perfect. It protects the tank, carries my gun, pellets, crony, tools, spare parts and just about anything else you want
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