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  • Bistineau
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    Originally posted by Goat Driver View Post
    Nice work!

    I would be tempted to smoke some hams in that thing.
    If your going to be smoking hams while incinerating garbage, I don't think I want me some.

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  • metal-doctor
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    Originally posted by franklin40 View Post
    just bought one of these incinerators and hauled it home yesterday. excellent craftsmanship and very well designed. Wayne is a super stand up guy too. would recommend these to anyone.
    Thanks for the compliment. This was the 115 th. one we have sold

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  • Goat Driver
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    Nice work!

    I would be tempted to smoke some hams in that thing.

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  • franklin40
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    just bought one of these incinerators and hauled it home yesterday. excellent craftsmanship and very well designed. Wayne is a super stand up guy too. would recommend these to anyone.

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  • fun4now
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    see all that wood splitting got ya ready and in shape to be a gar head. same thing split wood all day or dig holes all day.

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  • HMW
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    It doesnt have to be very thick, when i was a kid, my dad made one out of a barrell. worked very good I just got tired of splitting wood. [heated with wood in the house too] He built a log splitter after I went in the Marines

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  • fun4now
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    hummm, good idea. i wonder how thick it would need to be for that, i could use some heat in the winter.

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  • HMW
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    looks really cool.
    Put a taller chimmney on it and you could heat your garage with it [wood] of course.

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  • fun4now
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    LOL i had to read it a few times too, i was thinking you must be realy fast to get 41 out in a day.... ...well that or i am realy slow in comparisin.
    at 41 a day selling a milion could take a wile, but shore would be good $$.

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  • metal-doctor
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    Originally posted by Geronimo View Post
    wow, that thing is too nice to burn trash in!! you built 41 in one day??? that was a busy day!! what a great idea, i hope you sell a million of them!!
    Oops! Kinda worded that wrong didn't I . No actually the total we have made is 41. It actually takes most of a day to complete each one.

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  • Geronimo
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    wow, that thing is too nice to burn trash in!! you built 41 in one day??? that was a busy day!! what a great idea, i hope you sell a million of them!!

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  • fun4now
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    We just sell them locally, within a 60 mile radius.Sheets are seconds so that keeps price down a little.We sell them for $595.00 in Canuckbucks
    thats realy cool. every time i make some thing i can never finde some one willing to pay for the time and effert to build it by hand. every one would rather buy the chepo import stamped out crap and just get a new one when it falls apart. so they think i should do it by hand and get the same low$ price as wally-world. it looks like your version is much nicer than the garbage they sell.
    at $600 it would pay for its self prity quick in saveings. we save several cans a week out of our bill by burning, at $15 a can that adds up fast.
    thanks for sharing i been thinking about building some thing similer but never have the extra $$( extra $$$ like that ever happens)i'll have to kep my eye out for some sheets next trip into the steel shop.
    like i realy need another project, i have too many already on the to do list. seems like it just keeps growing.

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  • metal-doctor
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    Originally posted by trstek View Post
    Nice Job. May I ask for a little more detail on how you did the Chimney to keep the chunks and sparks from flying? Does it soot up to the point where you need to clean it?

    I need to build something like that for getting rid of cardboard. Especially when it gets dry around here, don't want to set the yard on fire. Put a mesh over the burn barrel, that works ok but not great.

    Thanks,
    Tom
    Thanks for the compliment. All we are using is a piece of expanded metal about an inch down on the inside from the top of chimney.When it it is full of cardboard there are definitly sparks that escape but it stops large pieces from exiting & floating across yard.

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  • trstek
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    Nice Job. May I ask for a little more detail on how you did the Chimney to keep the chunks and sparks from flying? Does it soot up to the point where you need to clean it?

    I need to build something like that for getting rid of cardboard. Especially when it gets dry around here, don't want to set the yard on fire. Put a mesh over the burn barrel, that works ok but not great.

    Thanks,
    Tom

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  • metal-doctor
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    Originally posted by fun4now View Post
    thats prity nice looking burner.
    i could use one of them, i just built a 4'X4' fenced in top and 3 sides with a gate to burn our papper stuff.
    are they pre-orderd or do you sell them localy??
    what kind of $$ you get for one, its got to be high with steel prices.
    Thanks fun4now. Yes we keep cans separate so we only have to empty 2 X per year. Our government controlled nuisance ground is 12 miles away so this saves a lot of hauling.We just sell them locally, within a 60 mile radius.Sheets are seconds so that keeps price down a little.We sell them for $595.00 in Canuckbucks.With the wife's embroidery business this thing swallows a tremendous volume of cardboard.

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