Can my 150psi tank hold 175 safely?
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    Default Can my 150psi tank hold 175 safely?

    I have a max 150psi tank, well that is what its rated for but i know they are underrated slightly. I don'think it's DOT because its not stamped that i can see. I wanna bump it up to 175 with a 140-175psi switch. My tank is not rusted inside and the welds look good. Is 175 excessive? I would like to go to 200 but that might be pushing it.
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    Why take the chance? Just do it and let us know how it works out
    Worst. info. ever.
    a mexican named mark aguirre invented the first lowrider you hillbilly piece of shit how GTFO

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    I wouldn't push it. Why risk it blowing in the car
    Slow and low is a way of life.

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    X2. If it's not DOT rated, I'd be hesitant to go over 90%(135 psi).

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