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anlrolfe

anlrolfe

Honor GOD, Country and Corps
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Wanna get crazy?

Find a big brake rotor that fits on top of a brake drum. Weld in or blank the holes in the drum. Flip the rotor hub up so the inner vent holes are down. Drip the oil right into the middle. When it gets hot vaporizing the oil you'll have a "ring of fire" coming out the brake vent holes.
 
nolids

nolids

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I don't like the idea of burning dirty oil and having to smell it. And how much are you going to be able to use up to make it worth it? I burn some nasty wood sometimes but at least only the neighbors I don't like smell it.
 

al-k

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So far no smell. The idea being getting things hot enough to vaporize the oil for complete combustion. The test I did today gave me a clean burn with no smoke from the chimney. But I could not make the heat like a wood fire. If you do some research you may find that burning it is the best way to deal with it in a good environmentally friendly way.
 
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