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    SUPPORTER VOLT's Avatar
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    Yea I have probably painted and stickered 5 or more tanks from National Welders. I may be a bit OCD.

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    To solve the issue of the looks of a swapped tank, I know they make covers for the paintball sized CO2 tanks. I would imagine they make them for the larger ones. That way you can swap the tank all you want and it will look the same.
    This hobby begins as a search for the perfect setup, then gradually becomes the never ending discovery of the weakest link.
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    Tanks are gas specific. They are usually color coded, bottle and cap sometimes too but I've seen bottles mislabeled. You couldn't take a nitrogen tank in to get filled with co2 without them changing the tanks. There's a lot of gases that don't or shouldn't be mixed unless you like kabooms, and it would contaminate the gas.

    Of all the gas places I've had to deal with, Oconee is by far the best to deal with.

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