Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
We get questions
all the time about our tire tanks. Here are some of the most common
tires you use new or used?
The majority of
the tires we use are used. They have been taken off equipment because
they have been punctured or just worn out. Most of the tires have been
punctured in one of the sidewalls. That would be the side we would
cut off. We acquire tires from mines and tire recyclers across the
a rubber tire tank springs a leak?
This doesn't happen
very often. But if it does, the best thing to do would be to contact
us. Tell us exactly what the problem is and we can advise you on how
to get it fixed. We will help you in every way possible. Our tanks
are guaranteed and we stand behind that guarantee.
Do you deliver?
If so, how far?
We are located just
outside Mitchell, South Dakota. We can deliver our products to almost
anywhere in the continental United States. Just give us a call and
water do your rubber tire tanks hold?
An 8' rubber tank
typically holds about 650 to 750 gallons of water. A 10' rubber tank
typically holds about 1,000 gallons of water.
use for the bottom?
a water tank portland cement can be used. A small amount of gravel
and water will be needed. There is no need to call your local concrete
plant. This can very easily be done by yourself. You must have the
tank on a good firm base. Only 5-6 inches of cement in the center of
the tank is necessary. Be sure to mix the cement up so it is good and
runny. This will allow it to run down under the bead and insure a good