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  1. #1
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    This was sent to me by Reak, thanks Chris! Notice the clever use of the ladder as the "duct support". Hey, who needs the big ladder, it's only a one story house!



    don



    [Edited by Boss on 12-29-2003 at 05:17 PM]
    don sleeth - HVAC-Talk Founder
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    I'm at a loss for words. Simply beutiful. I'm in tears.

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    Why is this in the Wall of Shame? This is a thing of beauty. A real Mans man install and design. Even Red Green would have a hard time designing such a beauty.
    "The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers it can bribe the public with the public's own money.
    - Alexis de Toqueville, 1835

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    Confused

    What am I looking at? Someone installed a central air & furnace in a 70's era van? Not enough room in the house for installation? Someone living in the van? Loss for words. Rocket scientist designed that one.

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    Talking The van

    IS the furnace!

    If he's not careful, his duckin' may catch on fire or rot from the rain (can you say 'black mold')...

    Iron stove with plywood duckin' - talk about IAQ!

    [Edited by spike on 10-29-2003 at 04:21 PM]

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    Let me explain! My wife works for an insurance agent and this is what they found after receiving a request for a claim. I am not sure what the claim was.

    Thanks
    REAK

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    Why not just hook up the ductwork to the tailpipe of a car? It's easier to do & you can kill yourself quicker.
    WHY?

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    Thumbs up Too Cool!!!!

    That is the funniest thing I have seen to date. 100% outside air....got to be healthy. If ya need more wood, just driver out back an pick up a charge....but don't go to the hedge pile...last time that melted the whitewalls off the ol girl. Guess I need ta get a better grade o' tarp..those four dollar ones jist melt off the first sixteen feet o' duck. Nuther winter, I'll have er workin like a store bought one...hell, may talk to Jobes Junk yard, and go into mass production....

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    Hmm Vanitrol

    This must be one of those new VANITROL Units that keeps underbidding me.

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    Why didn't I think of that. That's a great idea for a portable heater, just park it next to the customers house until you can get back there to install a new system.

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    If the van is a rockin dont come a knockin....lol

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    I wonder if he tried to use flex duct 1st??

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    Wonder if that "hot" rod has a "blower" .. lmao great pic man.

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