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Gauge of Stainless Steel Plates Grade 316
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Gauge of Stainless Steel Plates Grade 316
I need to know the gauge (or thickness) of the stainless steel 316 plates used on the gas4free system?
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07-28-2008 07:35 AM
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Budro Wrote:I need to know the gauge (or thickness) of the stainless steel 316 plates used on the gas4free system?

I finally received a response from them. Vic said that you need to use 24 gauge, you can't varry from that. Unfortunately I made the mistake of buying 16 gauge and wasting 70 bucks. Hopefully this helps you from making the same mistake.
What are you trying to put the generator on? I'm trying a 2002 Dodge grand caravan.
07-28-2008 10:33 AM
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Budro Wrote:I need to know the gauge (or thickness) of the stainless steel 316 plates used on the gas4free system?

I finally received a response from them. Vic said that you need to use 24 gauge, you can't varry from that. Unfortunately I made the mistake of buying 16 gauge and wasting 70 bucks. Hopefully this helps you from making the same mistake.
What are you trying to put the generator on? I'm trying a 2002 Dodge grand caravan.
07-28-2008 10:49 AM
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RE: Gauge of Stainless Steel Plates Grade 316
Thank you Hedgehog for your response! I'm still waiting for a reply from Vic.
We haven't decided which vehicle we are going to try the system on first.
07-28-2008 10:50 AM
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Budro Wrote:Thank you Hedgehog for your response! I'm still waiting for a reply from Vic.
We haven't decided which vehicle we are going to try the system on first.

I sent him 4 email and used the clickbank tech support to email him for me to get a response. Now I'll have to see how fast he respond to my latest email. As of right now I am not overly impressed with the supposed great tech support!
07-28-2008 11:40 AM
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Thanks hedge...I almost bought the 16 gauge plates today but was sidetracked...glad that I have seen this post or I would have been out the 70 bucks as well.....

Building mine this weekend on a 2005 honda civic...I will post my results
07-28-2008 04:44 PM
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I was hoping to get mine done this week, but I am going on vacation until next Mon. I can't wait to get back to get this thing running! Good luck to you guys and let me know how you end up doing.
07-28-2008 07:08 PM
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Hi,I bought a 21/2x31/2sheet of grade16 at a local steel co. in San Antonio,Tx. for 40.00 (316L) Cut it with skill saw composite for cutting steel at Lowes. Not easy to get nice lines but it works cutting 21/2x31/2 sheets with a tab long enough to attach to plastic top. Found punch to punch holes better than drill. Used a grinder to take off the burrs. I do 3plates and attach a stainless bolt or 316L welders wire thru the holes at top to the first two plates and get great hho gas output. My 95 Areostar Van Obd1 gets 64.7mpg and my masda 03 4cyl obd11 gets 37mpg from22. Use single 02sensor enhancer and an effie for city/hwy setting on maf/map sensor. Have used 6 platers also using same as above. Hope this helps.


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