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Check out this pack. Not bad aye!

http://www.waterboxx.eu/waterboxx3.html

It says 3L/mn! My friend from Holland sells it.

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01-15-2009 04:43 AM
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(01-15-2009 04:43 AM)Zipstor Wrote:  Check out this pack. Not bad aye!

http://www.waterboxx.eu/waterboxx3.html

It says 3L/mn! My friend from Holland sells it.

Holland Michigan?
01-15-2009 05:15 AM
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http://www.brownsgas.com/shop.html

Even cheaper here for US market, enjoy.

ps Holland is a country in the north of Europe.

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01-15-2009 05:31 AM
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Actually not a bad setup for the price, since it includes everything including a PWM. The one thing that looked wrong to me is the placement of the barbed fittings. Seems like they're not all the way up to the gasket inner edge where I'd put them.
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01-15-2009 01:44 PM
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Yeah I could not figure out who's building the unit yet..

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01-15-2009 03:48 PM
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$369 is a lot cheaper than $655.93 (converted from euros). Hmm

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01-15-2009 05:02 PM
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(01-15-2009 05:02 PM)colchiro Wrote:  $369 is a lot cheaper than $655.93 (converted from euros). Hmm
You'll only buy this set up if you don't know what you're doing. But, you got to start somewhere. You might as well get burnt first time out; it'll encourage you to research before you buy. The beat learning is by making your own mistakes.
01-15-2009 10:21 PM
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(01-15-2009 10:21 PM)thomasbala Wrote:  The best learning is by making your own mistakes.
You mean the school of hard knocks? Wink

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01-16-2009 07:39 PM
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(01-16-2009 07:39 PM)colchiro Wrote:  
(01-15-2009 10:21 PM)thomasbala Wrote:  The best learning is by making your own mistakes.
You mean the school of hard knocks? Wink
In a sense I do, Rick, but have you ever noticed that when we will learn something in a chemistry class, metal shop, physics lab, etc. as time passes you forget; you might have a foggy idea of what you learned but you have to hit the books to refresh your memory to do it again the right way. On the other hand if you used 14 gauge wire to hook up your HHO generator, pumped 40 amps through it and had an under hood fire you'll never forget volts/amps = resistance. It seems to me that when we learn by mistake the learning experience becomes an indelible mark in our brains; almost like ducks always fly south for the winter. Now the lesson learned is almost instinct. The smartest man I have known only had an eighth grade education and could not read. He faked it pretty good though. He was a constant tinkerer with an unbelievable memory; he had to remember because he couldn't read. He made a fortune 10 times over when he developed an HE fuse for the 105 mm artillery shell in 1965 and sold it to the Army for $1.05/ea. replacing the HE fuse the Army was using and paying $4.25/ea. He had over 5000 prototypes before he hit upon the right design that he could mass produce for between $.25 and $.35. I asked him what it felt like when he finally perfected the fuse. Surprisingly he said he was sad; the excitement was over; he had no challenge, no obstacles to overcome, no more mistakes to make. Look at Tom Edison; he tried 1000's of different filaments until he found the right one that would last more than a few days. The school of hard knocks often brings despair, exasperation, anger, failure and eventually quitting the game. A mistake that I don't learn from is truly a hard knock and I sure don't want to be knocked out. Unfortunately I think our public education system has become a miserable failure and the school of hard knocks will once again become the path to enlightenment. Can't believe we're philosophizing on a Friday night.
01-16-2009 11:52 PM
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Ooof! I missed that 12g wiring...now I wonder what all else may be short-cutted on it.
01-17-2009 05:11 AM
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