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Solon Fire Control in Rancho Cordova, CA
$3.20 for the CO2. ($.32 per pound),
$8.56 for refill (fill) service,
$.24 tax...

$12.00 total for the 10 pound tank and it took less than 10 minutes. They are located in a brand new building on Luyung dr.

South on Sunrise from Hwy 50,
Left on White Rock Road,
Through the stop sign, it's the next right.
Building is on the right about 1/4 mile after you turn on Luyung dr...

They sell and service Fire and Safety equipment. Nice new building, great service. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">

[ 10-01-2001: Message edited by: Glenn ]
 

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Thank you Very Much


I need Co2 this week!


Adam,,,,
 

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cool, they do it on the spot, i foudn me a new place, thanks glenn! jiMMy
 

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Originally posted by Jimmy76FJ40:
<STRONG>cool, they do it on the spot, i foudn me a new place, thanks glenn! jiMMy</STRONG>
You mean 'I' found 'You' a new place. Hehehe!!! <IMG SRC="smilies/bounce.gif" border="0"> Go fill up tomorrow... <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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No problem, glad that I could make the recommendation! I have been filling my O2 there for 3 years now!! Get it! I have a 20lb'er and it costs me only 14$!
 

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Originally posted by Big Pimp'n Imuz Me:
<STRONG>No problem, glad that I could make the recommendation! I have been filling my O2 there for 3 years now!! Get it! I have a 20lb'er and it costs me only 14$!</STRONG>
Correction to the above. 'Big J' found us both a new place. <IMG SRC="smilies/bounce.gif" border="0"> Thanks for the tip Jeremy. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> It's close to where I work and there's an excellent burrito place right there on Sunrise too. We stopped on the way back. Eddie's makes one of the best burritos you will find anywhere. Going south on Sunrise from 50, it's on the left just past the Enterprise car sales place. Yum!!! <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Hey I heard the 7-up will do it for like 7-8 bucks total no hazderous BS...Is that true??
 

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Resurrected old thread. :D Are you guys still going there? I'm looking for a place to fill my 20 lbs aluminum tank. Help out a CO2 newbie please. :p
 

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Chris Geiger said:
We are doing fillups here in Fresno for $15 on 10lb and $20 for a 20lb fill.
Is that about the going rate around Cali for having your bottles filled? How many tires do you guys fill with a 10 lbs bottle? I know it depends on the size of the tire and how much psi you put back in it, but I was just wondering if my 20 pounder will last me a season of wheeling filling up my 37x12.50x15 MTRS from 8 psi to 25 psi or so.

Troy
 

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bigredjeep1 said:
Is that about the going rate around Cali for having your bottles filled? How many tires do you guys fill with a 10 lbs bottle? I know it depends on the size of the tire and how much psi you put back in it, but I was just wondering if my 20 pounder will last me a season of wheeling filling up my 37x12.50x15 MTRS from 8 psi to 25 psi or so.

Troy
na he is a little cheaper then what I pay, I pay 18$ for 10 lbs
 

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GOAT1 said:
I went to a Fire safety place in Vegas to fill my 10 lb bottle, the wanted like $40, I got it filled at a welding shop for less than $15 but they had to send it to their plant which was a day turn around.
Best deal I found is at a welding shop called Desert Industrial. It's on the north side of town, right off I15. $10 to refill your 20lb tank, and they do it right there for you.
 

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joemauma said:
Best deal I found is at a welding shop called Desert Industrial. It's on the north side of town, right off I15. $10 to refill your 20lb tank, and they do it right there for you.
I think that is where I ended up going, I went to thier smaller store near the Orleans which had to send it up the to bigger store to have filled.
 

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Jesus christ, where the hell did you guys dig up this post?? How long did it take to knock the cobwebs off this one??
:shaking: :eek:
 
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