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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Ricardo Kuhn, Nov 8, 2009.
HAHA i saw what you did there!
crawled out of my riding boot!
I guess it won't hurt anything,,
it'll be safe if it stays clear of this guy,,
Hahaha!!! ......Way-ta-go Peterman!!
So it works. Mostly. What the heck is it?!
Hi all, here are a few things I made for a local museums fund raiser. They will be auctioned off with all procedes going to the museum for a new building fund.
Looks like a carbute, carboret, cabarota - an old school FCU (fuel control unit)
The scroll wheel gives it away. Very cool!
Thats wicked dorkpunch
So I ended up with the saturday of the museum fund raiser off. At 10 am I decided to give building a Hang/Hank Drum a try. Drove to Home Depot and bought a new unfilled 20 Lb. Propane tank and a couple of flap sander discs. Hacked off both end rings and sectioned 7" from the center of the tank. Cut a 5 1/2" circle around the center where the valve screwed in. Found a pattern on the web for cutting the note tabs. Cut them out and sanded every burr smooth. Welded the halves together. A little more smoothing and done. Next was the wire scorpion, Approx, 9' of wire and some polishing and still had time for a shower. Stuff was a hit and I got many complements and thank you's from the staff.
Spoon bugs $45
Plus we bid and won several items totaling $330 dollars.
So the museum made a great haul and fun was had by all.
By the way If anyone believes in carma, I lost my wallet today at a 7-11. Got it back.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Not impressed at all cuz I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. An explanation of what it is or maybe even one of those things called pictures would help a bit I think.
I see nothing there that looks like a modified 20lb propane tank.
I made one a couple of years ago. Pretty cool. Not my video.....just one I found on youtube.
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Thanks! Now I am impressed and need to find direction for building one.
Thanks for posting - I tried this sammich at the weeked and it worked really well
Mrs and I have been discussing any number of variations on the theme :dg
I made this last week.