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    All sorted gents, just found this sitting in some blokes shed near me and it fits perfectly




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    I picked up a 45 litre poly tank for less than $100 a few months ago, might have got it from 4xFour spares or whatever they're called. You can almost fit 2 of 'em behind the front seat on the floor.

    You can fix the bad taste by putting in vinegar or bicarb of soda.

    Take a look at caravan tanks, they are $$$$$$ cheaper.
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    FWIW: Best H20 - Proper thick HDPE auxiliary expensive purchases I have ever made some decades ago from ‘Opposite Lock’ IIRC near Mitcham-Vic, maybe downsized to Bayswater now?



    Have kept Loved ones and Top workers hydrated with perfect Victoriastan tasting water all over this country





    BTW: A brilliant design, taps are in-built for nuffy ripping in & out of carriers on our twucks


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    While we are on the topic of water tanks, what are people's thoughts on these.

    https://www.outbackequipment.com.au/...-tank-40-litre

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    While we are on the topic of water tanks, what are people's thoughts on these.

    https://www.outbackequipment.com.au/...-tank-40-litre

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    Good shit mate. Proper poly and gravity fed outlets are a winner as long as it fits your hump, sits flat on the floor and doesn’t stress the tank over corrugating etc.

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    Too Pissed ‘TP’ to major advert read properly but the linky said something like “Poly”
    Was it PP or PE, meaning‘Polypropylene’ or ‘Polyethylene’ and was it Lineal Low or High Density


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    I likey fresh tasting water


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    PP (Polypropylene) is cheap soft and permeable…..LLDPE is harder (Lineal Low Density Polyethylene) much betterer……please do seek for caring loved ones, HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)
    Top of the Pops, is the only personally known plastic that when cut into tiny shards will not sink in a testing bath of water. ….aka resists H2O hot outback Jerry Can temperatures


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    I knows where ya live hillbilly.

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    Suck my HDPE city boy


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