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  1. #14
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    Well, it's been three hours.

    Who wants to bet that he blew his ass up already?

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    What time does "Jackass" come on ? I know Dice knows that.

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    Re: moron

    Originally posted by kaitmag
    All of you people are morons. A simple question deserves a simple answer, but I guess you can't with your head up your ass.
    What we have here is the pot calling the kettles black. Or maybe he is a wondering because he has breathed so much methane gas.
    Old snipes don't die they just loose their steam

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    I to am a moron, but I know the answer to this. What does M/C and B mean for acetylene tanks. Don't call me looking for the answer my cell phone melted. If you can tell me how many fingers I'm holding up your not a moron. Sorry dice thats a wrong answer.
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  6. #19
    B stands for BIG tank, MC stands for Mighty Cheap.....see...I ain't no moron.
    Hey where did this guy go, everyone check the local news to see if he tried an experiment.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    I heard it's quicker

    just to lay the tank down and knock the top off with a sledge hammer. Do it near some sort of ignition or you loose the whole "Rocket Effect".
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    Originally posted by Diceman
    I think he should put his tank in the oven and slowly raise up the temp. He can record it in a book, when ya find the book after the explosion, whatever the last recorded temp was in there will be pretty close.
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    Don't mix fuels tho. Only do this in a gas oven. Could be very dangerous in an electric.
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  9. #22
    Originally posted by spotts
    Originally posted by Diceman
    I think he should put his tank in the oven and slowly raise up the temp. He can record it in a book, when ya find the book after the explosion, whatever the last recorded temp was in there will be pretty close.
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    Don't mix fuels tho. Only do this in a gas oven. Could be very dangerous in an electric.
    Well of course, whadda ya think he is, a moron?
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  10. #23
    Originally posted by wolfdog
    212 and/or 500 PSI.


    Are you saying not to sterilize your b-tank by immersing it in boiling water?
    I think it would be higher than that.
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    fusable plugs



    fusable plugs.

    fusible plugs.


    This my question regarding the question.
    How do you spell moron?


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    B-Tank - Used on "B"uses for headlights...
    MC-Tank - Used on "M"otor "C"ars for headlights...

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    Originally posted by Diceman
    Originally posted by wolfdog
    212 and/or 500 PSI.


    Are you saying not to sterilize your b-tank by immersing it in boiling water?
    I think it would be higher than that.

    I don't know why. I did a Google search and found those figures repeatedly.

    Personally, I never sterolize my tanks anyway.

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