BBQ Propane Tanks

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A few of these, a few firebricks, an anvil (or piece of rail) and a four-pound hammer, you can start your own blacksmith business.
There is, of course, more to it than that. Try googling on "propane forge" and you'll get lots of hits about all kinds of setups, from ridiculously cheap to full bore smithies. I know for a fact you can make your own burners out of common plumbing components. A lot of custom knifemakers have built their own forges using little more than info found online.
Here's a few links that might help:
http://www.reil1.net/design1.shtml http://www.warnerknives.com/index.htm http://www.centaurforge.com/forges-gas.html http://www.ckdforums.com /
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MelvinSlankerd wrote:

the would be good to put under a jacked up cheverolet in your front yard.. when not being used you can store them next to the plastic milk cases next to the front porch... the reason why you are finding them is that the previous owner knows they are trash as they cannot get them filled up due to new federal regulations on the current tanks that they sell....
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