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    Wish you were around here, I would purchase one of those and put my Lowes firepit in a garage sale.



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    Those are beautiful ! Whats the average weight? Do you do special orders like names and other designs?
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    Thanks for that common sense informative post, Jon, and thanks for stressing safety. I DO want to cut the dozen or so tanks that I have on hand and more to be found and don't want to come back online someday with the name KBOOM without eyelashes. I will read the thread you provided from the engineering forum. It's not so much that I need to cut these tanks, it's more of a "I want to prove I can do it" type of thing.....and that's where curiosity killed the cat.

    I'm keeping these threads for future reference and reminders. Now to find me a gas tester. Meanwhile back on the ranch, I'm hauling farm machinery this week as no snow cover in Nebraska although the price droopped by $25 last weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne1956 View Post
    Wish you were around here, I would purchase one of those and put my Lowes firepit in a garage sale.
    They shouldn't be too heavy for shipping and hard for the FedX jockeys to destroy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yunkman View Post
    They shouldn't be too heavy for shipping and hard for the FedX jockeys to destroy.
    The big ones are typically 100lb and the 30 inch pits 50-75lbs depending on how much is cut away.

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    Jason, I would like to purchase a fire pit from you. Please call 415-716-6424.

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    Jason, would like to buy a pit like the top picture. 415-716-6424


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