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cost of tanks in Idaho

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by whitedragon13, Apr 23, 2005.

  1. whitedragon13

    whitedragon13 Instructor, Scuba

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    About how much are Al 80s in Idaho? I've got a couple of tanks, but would like to keep diving here until the day before I leave, sell them to a buddy, and buy some new ones when I move to Mountain Home. Thanks

    -Mic
     
  2. motternj

    motternj Guest

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    I would check ebay for prices. I would only pay about 40-60 dollars for a good tank. I bought mine in indiana new with awsome paint for $80 each.
     
  3. Rick Inman

    Rick Inman Advisor ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Oahu to Mountain Home??? What a nightmare!!! I've been to both places and brother, I can't imagine any two places so completely opposite.
    My guess, Air Force.

    Anyway, you shouldn't have any problem getting a good deal on tanks (new or used) in nearby Boise.
    Try, www.divemagic.com
     
  4. whitedragon13

    whitedragon13 Instructor, Scuba

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    Sweet! Thanks for the info. Tanks here are about $170 unless you know someone. Fortunately, I do, but I'll probably be shipping my household goods in June and would like to keep diving up to September.
     
  5. Inspector#2

    Inspector#2 Solo Diver

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    Sorry this is late but my buddy Jim at Boise Water Sports has specials all the time. I think the current one is buy the tank $175 but it comes with 10 free air fills which around here is about $40-50. There are also the military/good guy discounts. If you decide your interested or want to dive when you get here PM me and I will tell him your coming.
     
  6. whitedragon13

    whitedragon13 Instructor, Scuba

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    that doesn't sound too bad...does that come with a boot/dust cap, too?
     
  7. Inspector#2

    Inspector#2 Solo Diver

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    Chances are no boot but probably a dust cap. Boots are cheap pieces of plastic, you might get one thrown in free if you ask.
     

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