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Stock Tank, L 52, W 31, Cap 100 Gal, Black

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  • Item # 1MDB7
  • Mfr. Model # FG424288BLA
  • UNSPSC # 24111803
  • Catalog Page # 2011
  • Shipping Weight 34.5 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemStock Tank
  • Capacity100 gal.
  • MaterialHigh-Density Structural Resin
  • ColorBlack
  • Outside Length53"
  • Outside Width31"
  • Outside Height25"
  • IncludesDrain Plug
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Structural Foam Stock Tanks
• 1-1/2" drain opening Drain plug included
Seamless black high-density structural foam tanks hold liquids and granular materials without leaking. Structural foam is durable in all kinds of weather.

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someone else asked this already and someone replies that they're 1 1/4. as the original asker said, they're not 1 1/4, they're about a millimiter or two smaller than 1 1/4.

it seems like it's a metric size of some sort.

can someone please get the real size of the thread? i can post or send a picture of the drain plug next to 1 1/4 plug, you will see that it's not the same size

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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following: The drain plug thread is exactly a 1 & 1/4" NPT. Now this plug tapers so in the back it’s 1 ¼ and at the front its 2inch. It’s designed this way to stay tight.

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thank you but i have this tank and i have the plug. and i have a 1 1/4 plug from HomeDepot and it doesn't fit in the opening. it's about a millimiter or 2 too big.

i ordered another plug set so i'm ok but i can't believe the manufacturing company doesn't know what they're producing. also, the plug is the same size on both ends, it doesn't go from 1 1/4 to 2 inches and i never heard anyone doing that so that "it fits better".

in any case, if two people are saying their plugs are a tiny bit smaller than 1 1/4 but way larger than 1inch then maybe there's some truth to it? don't just discount it right away just because the manufacturing company reps are reading off the spec sheet. your spec sheet says the plug is 1 1/2 and it's not. so maybe their spec sheet is wrong too? the plug is most definitely not 1 1/4.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following.

The drain plug thread is exactly a 1 & 1/4" NPT.

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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following: these stock tanks are not FDA approved for food.

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