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Nitrous Oxide in Michigan

Anyone know of a location to fill N2O tanks in Michigan? I live in SE Michigan and am looking for a source. Thanks
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There's a bunch of dental supply houses around you, but suspect you need a license to buy from them. Try the local parts or speed shop in your local yellow pages.
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I'm from more the west side of the state but arnolds auto parts in coldwater, and wildside in battle creek has no2 but they kinda only have it in the summer months. they both get a fill in the spring and let it run out. dont have there info handy but it might be worth a call to see if they have any now.
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1) How long does a bottle last?

2) How much does it cost to refill?

3) Do you have any Airgas or AirProducts locations near you? Would this work? Meaning(if possible) you would get(lease?) the large cylinder and refill yourself?
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Check the local yellow pages for speed shops and call around. Unfortunately the local economy has been hell on the performance industry here, and most shops have closed up. Check your local welding supply company to see if they can supply you, or direct you to a local seller. Livernois Motorsports may be able to help you out, or post on Milan Dragways site for locations. Giving your city location(S/E Mich is pretty big area) would probably help find something closer to home, unless you dont mind driving across 1/2 the state.

Buying a mother bottle and refill station would be the best way to go, if you can afford it.
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1) How long does a bottle last?

2) How much does it cost to refill?

3) Do you have any Airgas or AirProducts locations near you? Would this work? Meaning(if possible) you would get(lease?) the large cylinder and refill yourself?
Please don't hijack someone elses thread, since you have different questions, you should start your own, separate thread.
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Anyone know of a location to fill N2O tanks in Michigan? I live in SE Michigan and am looking for a source. Thanks
Ayuh,... 'round here, 'bout every welding gas supplier can fill yer bottles....
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