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#125
Faber 120cf steel tank $140 OBO
Oceanking - 3/04/2019 3:49 PM
Category: For Sale
Replies: 2

Low pressure 120 cf. Very good condition. Tank has current hydro and vis 03/19Retail value $400
Blue Steel Faber Low Pressure Steel Text for pictures 818-860-2020
Nitrox Ready Up to 40%
Great Buoyancy Characteristics: 
Buoyancy Full: From -3.8lbs to -5.02lbs (-1.72kg to 2.28kg), Size Dependent 
Buoyancy Empty: From 2.32lbs to 2.98lbs (1.05kg to 1.35kg) 
Buoyancy Better for Back Inflation Style BCD’s (Wings) 
Shed the Lead

Better Weight Distribution

Equipped with Cylinder Boot

Working Pressure: 2640psi (182 bar)

Weight: From: 31.2lbs to 41lbs (14.15kg to 18.6kg)

Diameter: From: 7.01" to 8.02" (17.8cm to 20.37cm)

Height: From: From: 25.98" to 26.77" (66cm to 68cm)

Construction: 
Deep Drawn Chromium Molybdenum Steel 
Triple Protected Zinc Sprayed 
Epoxy and Polyurethane Painted 
Round Bottom Cylinder
#1918
MDW - 3/24/2019 9:47 PM
You are going to want to let potential buyers know where the tank is located and whether you will ship or they have to pick it up. This will be a critical factor for most buyers, as they will want to know if they will be able to pick it up locally for free or have it shipped across the country for probably about $100.

For example, if the tank is with you in Torrance, CA, a guy in Florida or New York will not likely want to come get it and the cost of transcontinental shipping will eat significantly into the savings afforded by the low price you are asking for the tank.
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Oceanking - 3/24/2019 9:59 PM
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