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  1. #14
    The cutting torches are for those pesky I beams that iron workers are so fond of , and like to leave hanging from all the ceilings in a building so they can write their name on them,

    They always get in my way when I'm trying to save on copper fittings.


    Hey Robo, you would be proud of me , I have two 40's of nitrogen laying under the mc-r setup,those are for better propulsion. lol

    [Edited by fat eddy on 03-26-2005 at 06:56 PM]

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    krh1air,

    It looks great, except...

    Acetylene cylinders MUST be stored upright.

    bw

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    Originally posted by maxster
    my benchmark on my truck being organized....is that Friday afternoon service call at 4:00 PM,and you just reach in open a draw and there is that brass fitting or low a voltage glass fuse.then your off on the weekend,to search for it i will take 2 hours on a Saturday and do a quick organizing...pays off my IMP cutter is up on the left next to the 125LB tank adapter.

    hahaha... I remember that ad campain.. I think it was one shot or something like that. he picture next to this one was the same van, but only on ref. tank....

    I cut that one out, and wrote "work life with "insert coworker here", and for the next picture I had "work life withour "coworker name here". That guys van looked almost as bad as that one.

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    Originally posted by oloenneker
    hahaha... I remember that ad campain.. I think it was one shot or something like that. he picture next to this one was the same van, but only on ref. tank....

    I thought it looked familiar.

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    Hey krh1air..need to purge your OZ..

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    krh1air What size truck is that?
    Tin Knockers BANG for a living

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    Talking

    you guys caught me....if i can't see the floor of my REAL truck it's time for Saturday clean-up!
    "when in doubt...jump it out" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Px5YcOeQB4I

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    Exclamation

    That accetalene bottle should sit upright. it could explode if used from or soon after it has been laying down.

  10. #23
    I have seen acetone drip out of the hose before but never seen it explode yet.

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    van pics

    OK here is a side and rear shot. Oil burner stuff is removed during summer. . .
    Be safe not fast. body parts don't grow back

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    Originally posted by fat eddy
    I have seen acetone drip out of the hose before but never seen it explode yet.
    Exactly. You may THINK it's about to explode.
    There is nothing more frightful than ignorance in action....Mark Twain

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