crypto wrote:Erik, you should really look into some manual bung pumps for getting the water back out of the drums.
That site has info on three types of manual pumps, to get you started. They arent typically that expensive, I think $30-50 for a good one, and far less than that for one if Harbor Freight has them. They screw into the bunghole and are pretty easy to operate. It's a lot easier than a siphon, thats for sure.
Erik wrote: Drought, do your worst!
Erik wrote:Per Crypto's advice, I have purchased a bung pump.
crypto wrote:Well, if you are thinking of moving into a house, and all the signs on the street every 50 feet warn in giant block letters: GUNS WILL BE TAKEN IF THERE IS MORE THAN 3 INCHES OF SNOW, you may want to re-think living there.
Shep wrote:Can you tell us what the purchase price of the actual water was based off your water bill?
Erik wrote:Shep wrote:Can you tell us what the purchase price of the actual water was based off your water bill?
Boy, darned if I know. A typical monthly water bill for me is $11.25. So I don't know, another five or ten bucks in water?
Jeriah wrote:Gimme one in .505 and a time machine so I can take a picture of myself putting my balls in a dead T rex's mouth.
doctor_ocks wrote:Excuse my noobiness, but how long will that keep before you need to swap it out or add more bleach?
FriedCheese wrote:Hey Erik.
How are your shipping skillz?
I wonder ... how much it would cost to ship, say.... 6 - or 8 of those bad boys to Colorado from NC?
I've done lots of searches here, and I can find "NEW" ones for $50 + tax.
I bet maybe a few others here in CO would split the costs.... of shipping plus "Erik Beer or new unused gas mask fees...".
Erik wrote:AwPhuch wrote:Cool Erik...do you have a hand pump to get the water out..or are you going to gravity feed with syphon
I'm going to syphon the old fashioned way.
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