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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 9.0 / 10
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Smart Parts Freak Tank Cover used to protect your air tank from dents and scraches to prolong the life of your tank.
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The Smart Parts Freak Tank Cover is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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Cool shoes Friday, June 17th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Covering my tank w/ stickers
Marker Setup: Red 2004 Vision Shocker with...
Nerve Board
New Designz Talon Grip
New Designz Ball Detents
New Designz Gauge Adapter
Ion Feed Neck
Ion Grips
Bob Long Gauge
32 Degree Drop Forward
Smart Parts HE Bolt kit
14" All American Barrel .689 back
Full Freak Kit with all 8 inserts, Also two additional freak front 10" black and 14" silver
Evolution with Z- Board
And HUGE 88 4500psi Pure Energy Tank w/ Smart Parts Burn tank cover

Backup guns
Spyder TL-X with...
Smart Parts All American 12" barrel
32 Degrees Electric Trigger Frame
Halo TSA Hopper
Shocktech superfly bolt
CIP Sure fit adapter
32 Degrees Spring kit
E-99 Java edition gas grip

Custom blowback marker w/ a black E-99 body (too many parts to write)
Strengths: Fits tightly
Very durable
Good grip
Weaknesses: Might b too tight for some
Some of the top of the tank is exposed
Review: This cover is very durable. It's been through a lot and it still holds up. It's very thick and it's taken many rips but it has not penetrated all the way 2 my tank yet which proves it's durability. The bottom gives u great grip. The bottom has ripped before but the rubber has NEVER peeled off, which is great cuz then I don't lose my grip. It fits tightly, almost too tightly, but that's not a bad thing. The only real weakness is that it leaves part of the top of ur tank exposed, so sometimes I still get paint on my tank. It's rele not a problem, I wouldnt expect a zipper or anything for it's price.
Conclusion: Go ahead and grab one, expecailly if you have a Smart Parts Burn jersey (perfect match!) 10 for it's durability for the price. The Empire tank cover is slightly better, but it costs more, so I think this cover is ur best bet cuz covers get beat up no matter how much they cost y pay a lot for them?
10 out of 10
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jedunnigan Sunday, November 21st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Smart Parts Tank Armor
Marker Setup: 2003 Vision Black Smart Parts Shocker
Smart Parts Drop Foward
Smart Parts Turbocharger Bolt Kit
AKA 2 Liter Low Pressure Regulater
2004 Smart Parts High Pressure Inline Max Flo Regulator With 88ci 4500 Tank
Carbon Fiber Roller Blade trigger
New Desingz ASA
Smart Parts Low Pressure Gauge
Smart Parts Mini Flo Low Pressure Regulator
New Designz Stainless Steal Manifold
Total Stainless Steal Freak Kit with Stailess Steal Freak back and 10&12 inch All American front
New Designz Talon Grip
Smart Parts Q-Lock Feedneck (Comes stock on nerves)
Halo B with Victory Board
Microswitch Modification
SFT O-Ring Modification
Strengths: Looks cool
Durable material
Does not move around on tank
Weaknesses: Hard to screw off tank
Review: I personnaly like this product but have been spoiled with tank armour. When I first used this I was ver annnoyed because i to forever for me to uncrew the tank. After using it for awhile i saw how durable the material was. It had skidded all over the place and the stitching did not come loose anywhere. I also like the flame design on the cover of the.
Conclusion: If you want a cheap tank cover that is durable and wiil last long you should look in to this.
8 out of 10
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Lyxtwing Sunday, February 4th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
4 years
Products Used:
Dye tank covers.
Marker Setup: A4 fly, VLocity, Crossfire tank, and a blowback set up.
Strengths: Cheap.
Rubber back
Fit an 88ci
Weaknesses: Can make it harder to take your tank off.
Review: This is the kind of product I like. It is simple and to the point. The cover protects your tank. Simple. Dye covers look a bit cooler, and have a rubber here and there for added protection, but I don't see a need. Your tank can handle allot, the cover is just to prevent scratches which can lead to issues down the road.

The rubber pad on the back helps for holding your marker in place. The only issue is that the tank becomes a bit harder to screw off, but I don't plan on doing this to often once I have a proper ASA installed.
Conclusion: All this cover needs is a bit of grip on the inside and it'd be worth a 10.
9 out of 10
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