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I believe I said a couple of time the al 80s are new. never used. purchased 3 years ago. The lp 104s are a matched set i think from mid 80s. They are in storage. Ill check the original hydro tomorrow. As you probably know age isnt a big deal with steel tanks and $100 bucks is a great deal for any tank that passes hydro. If u take them and the fail hydro, I'll give you your money back. They are worth almost as much as scrap with the price of steel these days
I would like to talk to you about the 104's I live 60 miles west of Boston on RT2. Please PM me your email address. I tried to PM you but your inbox is full and would not allow me to send you another message.
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