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    3.5 Gallon Hard Rubber Tanks

    Looking for 3.5 gallon hard rubber developing tanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Pellegrini View Post
    Looking for 3.5 gallon hard rubber developing tanks.
    Roger,

    I have two Cesco-lite tanks, with lids, that are plastic, not rubber. Would you be interested in these?

    Saul

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    If you're still looking, I have 3- 3.5 gallon Ace 5x7/8x10 hard rubber tanks with the floating lids. They look like they're indestructable. Bought them for going to 8x10 but decided instead on 11x14.

    Michael

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    I had two that I tried to give away on APUG for over a year. I finally trashed them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Downingfan View Post
    If you're still looking, I have 3- 3.5 gallon Ace 5x7/8x10 hard rubber tanks with the floating lids. They look like they're indestructable. Bought them for going to 8x10 but decided instead on 11x14.

    Michael
    Michael,
    I am still interested. Can you send me a picture and a price?
    Roger
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