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Hi still trying to figuire thinks out, where can i get this 316l I,m 40 miles north of eau claire wi.. How thick are the electroge plate,s.
I have gained 3 miles to a gallon just on the hho gen being run to air intake on a 1994 ford ranger v6
05-05-2008 04:29 AM
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RE: 316l
hbhall Wrote:Hi still trying to figuire thinks out, where can i get this 316l I,m 40 miles north of eau claire wi.. How thick are the electroge plate,s.
I have gained 3 miles to a gallon just on the hho gen being run to air intake on a 1994 ford ranger v6

I am using Stainless Steel Washers I got a Lowes. They are 5 for $6 (316l is a type of stainless steel) Save yourself some time and start with stainless wiring tac welded to your plates or washers. Solder and copper wire will breakdown and contaminate the water reducing the efficiency of your reaction.
06-02-2008 11:25 AM
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I doubt those washers are 316L.

Try this thread: http://www.fuel-saver.org/showthread.php?tid=243

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(This post was last modified: 06-02-2008 02:23 PM by colchiro.)
06-02-2008 02:23 PM
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