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About 7.25" Tank Boot for Aluminum Flat Bottom Tanks

Protect your Cylinders bottom form dings, nicks and dents with this self-draining tank boot. Boot will fit most aluminum 63 and 80 cu. ft. flat bottom cylinders. Boot has hexagon outer lip to prevent the cylinder from rolling when lying down. Boot is made from corrosion proof plastic material.

7.25" Tank Boot for Aluminum Flat Bottom Tanks Features

  • 7.25" Diameter Tank Boot
  • For Aluminum Flat Bottom Tanks
  • Protect Cylinder Base from Damage
  • Internal Ribbed Self-Draining Design
  • Hexagon Outer Lip Prevents Rolling
  • Corrosion Proof Plastic Construction

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4.8

(based on 22 reviews)

91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Fits right on a 80cf alu cylinder. Grab a mallot and tap it on. Pretty easy and cheap protection for your cylinder

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5.0

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from Great north, NH, US

Fits right on a 80cf alu cylinder. Grab a mallot and tap it on. Pretty easy and cheap protection for your cylinder

 
5.0

A must have

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from Colton, CA, US

I think this lil item is a must have for anyone who has nice tanks. Even when i purchased my cylinder, the dive shop had moved it around and set it on the concrete ground. So there are a few ugly scuffs scratches and other blemishes on my brand new Candy Red aluminum cylinder. But i will not add anymore to it with this lil guy down there protecting the bottom of it. Seems to be a good snug fit and appears to be durable and rugged so my cylinder will stay pristine.

 
5.0

Great product

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Fast ship, good shipping price.

 
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Always on time

 
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I would buy this again

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Got this for my sons luxfer al63 and it fits snug so it should not have problems slipping off like a few I have seen.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ROGER B  keeps tanks from dinging and marking fiberglass boat
Val P  On vacation in valrico fl. took tanks to scuba quest for visual and fill. They lost tanks for 4 days when I p/u in hurry to go back to Wi. didn't notice boots were gone until back home. What a dive shop! Boots keep painted tanks looking better and tanks roll less.
DOUGLAS A  Tired of tanks being beaten every time I got them filled, make them last.
Terry K  I needed it. Tank without a boot is hard to handle.
William P  Good protector for the scuba tank
FRANK D  Keeps tank upright when you set it down
DANIEL B. S  to help stablize tanks while laying down on ground or in bed of truck or back of SUV. Purchased in 2007, still being used
JOSE M  Tanks take a beating. Mine looks like new after 3+ years.
Bob L  I needed a tank boot for my new tank and the price was right.
GERARD L  Gotta have ,,,new tank !!!
KATHERINE N  Boot fits snugly on the tank so it won't come off.
LEON R  Save thank bottom and keeps from rolling
RICHARD A  Protect your tanks and keep them looking good!
Shopper  Do you have o soap it up to get on? Mine is not sliding on
ANDREW S  It was a little tight fit I just got it to sit on bottom of tank then lifted tank and lightly pound it on to the tank a few times and was good. They get a little hard to take of when you need to go for a Hydro. Use a rubber hammer and lay sideways and tap as you work your way around the tank.
JOHN M  No, actually, sit the tank boot on the floor. Pick up the cylinder by the valve and lightly drop it down onto boot. It usually will begin to search itself then repeat lightly until seats itself to full depth.
DREW P  I did not use soap. It was very snug fit so it won't fall off. I used weight of tank to "tap" it on.
DENNIS R  I filled my sink up with the hottest tap water I had, soak the boot for several minutes, then quickly put in on the floor & dropped the tank into it.
THOMAS C  No, mine just slid right on.
Shopper  Why does the tank boot have a design on the bottom of the boot that looks like it has spokes of a wheel?
mr m  Drainage so as not to hold water between the boot and your cylinder which one, could be a pain if you were thinking it was dry and you lay down your cylinder only to have the water leak out all over. Over time if you were to store it, might not be good on the tank if you were to store it with the water in there for long periods of time. Structural strength might be another reason for that particular design you speak of.
JEN S  To allow any accumulated water to drain and the tank to dry
Mike L  Simple reinforcements
KATELYN G  The boot can be hard to get off sometimes and you have to let the water drain out of the bottom as to not rust.
LEON R  So when you lie the tank on its side it don't roll
MICHAEL H  A creative way for any water to drain out.
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