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    Saw this info about new cylinder rules on an ebay listing.. Does anyone know about this. I didn't want to by the standards..

    All these cylinders came off of a 1994 Dodge B250 RAM Van with less than 13,000 miles of use. All cylinders are in excellent condition and ready to use in your project.

    I don't know what the GGE for each cylinder is but I remeber reading in the vehicle manual that all 4 cylinders together were about 14 GGE.

    Under the new rules adopted by the regulatory agency regarding the expiration of CNG cylinders, all of these cylinders I have up for auction expire in 2018, ten years from now. I would suggest buyers go read the new rules for themselves. A copy can be purchased at the following web site, click on “Buy Standards” and when you get to the appropriate “Shop CSA” page, type in “NGV 2” in the “Products” window.

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    Re: New tank rules

    yeah, those new standards are for NEW tanks that MEET that standard. The stamped date is the expiration. No old tanks will get longer life because of new standards. Not even many of the new tanks are using this standard and still expire 15 years from manufacture date.

    New tanks that meet the new standard will be stamped with a 20 year or 25 year life. Don't believe what a seller says to sell you some old crappy tanks!!
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