Nothing is welded. I used 1" grabber screws and bolts. It is on a base with 3" casters but once it is filled with water I do not move it. I have a 3/4 inch drain under the tank. The tank just rests on the base to provide access to hte drain valve. When it is empty it is easily pushed around. I can if I need to, load it into the truck by myself. The ends of the tank have handles so it can be carried.
You obviously did a very good job. Thumbs up.
I made the tank small on purpose. I feel that a large tank makes the audiance feel there is plenty of room to move around. A smaller tank looks like there is not enough room.
I agree completely with that psychology. Anything 'claustrophobic' has a strong audience effect. Plus, a smaller tank is easier to transport.
I transport it in a truck.
Yes I can drive and I do not know why you think I can't. I have been driving for 31 years. Figure I was 16 when I got my liscence tells you how old I am.
Actually, I think David meant that comment for 'genius.' It was no reflection on you.
If you would like more information on the specifics, please PM me.
Will do; I do have one other construction question.