Hey everybody..... Well, me and a friend have been hauling in anything that's metal, not too important, and not bolted down that we can get to the local scrap yard over the last few weeks, and splitting the profits. We found an old inground fuel tank of some sort that we can have, but the scrapyard will only take it if its cut in half. The walls on it look like they might be an inch thick, and it held 500 gallons. No one knows when the last time it was holding fuel was, or what kind of fuel it held.
So now, I'm wondering how we should cut it. We have his diesal tractor, and my chevy to work with if we have to fill it with exhaust and cut it. I have a sawzall angle grinder torch and circular saw to choose from.
Cost is sort of an issue, but safety is first no matter what.
So, I guess I'm just looking for advice here. How would you guys cut this thing??