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Yes I'm new!
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Yes I'm new!
I have an ford f150, I interested in hho generator on it. I have read on the internet for about a month. I would like to try to build my own, but it's a little confusing to say the least. I not sure if it's better to buy a kit and install it or just go for it. Does anyone have a parts list handy that is needed for my build, housing material, plate size and ect, I will use 316 ss for the plates, I have read thats the best, I guess I looking for step by step instructions. My buddies and I are going to try and put this on my truck first. Any help would be appreciated.

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05-27-2008 06:45 PM
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Here's plans for a Smack's Booster. I'm not endorsing it, but it's one of the few public domain cells.

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05-27-2008 07:21 PM
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colchiro Wrote:Here's plans for a Smack's Booster. I'm not endorsing it, but it's one of the few public domain cells.


Thanks, boy this can confussing quickly! I glad I found this site to help us.

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05-27-2008 08:17 PM
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