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Hi Doug, Nice to see you back with great form and contradicition. When I start up my truck to clean carpets, I have to by law call the fire department, public works, and the police..........3 city blocks must be evacuated, power cut off, and 3 fire trucks on stand -by in case of a melt down.

I have 3 helpers shoveling coal into 2 reactor proto-type model  K.K. 2 Thorncliffe. This heats the water to 500 F and then the 2nd heat exchanger kicks in whick is nuclear powered and operated by some Russian guy named Boris.

Well ..........that's my set up........I can't speak for Stanley or steamdragon, but something tells me PUFF the Magic Dragon might have something to do with their set up.

Nice answering your post Doug, keep the questions comming.

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Nightrider: I knew when I seen the pictures of that Oversized Dodge Ram that you must need special permits to move and authorizations to fire it up.  Site preparation must be a bitch when you reach the job.  The setup crew must arrive a couple of days prior to secure the area.
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Doug, when I come steaming down the road, like a non-stopable locomotive.......everybody moves out of the way.......did you ever see the interior of this dodge monster machine.

                     I'll send you pics, this thing eats up alot of my profits in gas, but I can work 3 off of it for those big jobs.

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Originally posted by Doug Doug wrote:

Night rider: I knew when I seen the pictures of that Over sized Dodge Ram that you must need special permits to move and authorizations to fire it up.  Site preparation must be a bitch when you reach the job.  The setup crew must arrive a couple of days prior to secure the area.

no really????with that big extend dodge van anything is possible...it could start a fuel shortage...and for sure it's burning a hole in our ozone.....lool



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What Ozone.......I suck that thing in my recovery tank long ago......it's still there.......have to let it out sometime soon.......this truck also picks my pockets every time it gets thirsty............and that's always.

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Originally posted by nightrider nightrider wrote:

What Ozone.......I suck that thing in my recovery tank long ago......it's still there.......have to let it out sometime soon.......this truck also picks my pockets every time it gets thirsty............and that's always.

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  I think the exhaust from that reactor dissolved the ozone layer.
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