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The plastic tanks used for water softening systems could easily be converted to heavy duty boat tanks. Just dump the calcium, sand, graphite .Different sizes and the price is nada. Just thought.
 

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That might work, if it was the right size. Maybe if you have access to a bunch of them, you could make a pontoon boat. That would be kind of kool.
 

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The plastic tanks used for water softening systems could easily be converted to heavy duty boat tanks. Just dump the calcium, sand, graphite .Different sizes and the price is nada. Just thought.
Or you could buy the draft beer balls, drink the beer, and then use the empties for water tanks. If you have a problem disposing of the beer, you will find several volunteers, I'm sure.;)
 

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Or you could buy the draft beer balls, drink the beer, and then use the empties for water tanks. If you have a problem disposing of the beer, you will find several volunteers, I'm sure.;)
Well if you have beer balls, why do you need water? Heck it is even good for the hair!
 

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Regardless of how good the tank; ya still hafta deal with stale/musty water, if left too long. clorox flavored coffee is NOT an option ;)

Keep your tankage smaller and refresh mo'oftener!
 
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