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plans for dry cell design
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plans for dry cell design
Can someone lead me in the right direction. I am just getting in the hho effeciency stuff and have been doing some research on it. After going through tons of threads here I have seen the question asked several times where the question was asked for where to find plans to build a effecient drycell system for the do-it-yourselfers like myself and haven't seen anyone get an answer it. Is there something I don't know or am missing. Would like to experiment with one on my 98 cheverolet truck and if succesful maybe look at putting one on the wife's lincoln ls in which she drives about 150 miles a day during the week to school. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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(01-30-2010 07:28 PM)kitbuf Wrote:  Can someone lead me in the right direction. I am just getting in the hho efficiency stuff and have been doing some research on it. After going through tons of threads here I have seen the question asked several times where the question was asked for where to find plans to build a efficient drycell system for the do-it-yourselves like myself and haven't seen anyone get an answer it. Is there something I don't know or am missing. Would like to experiment with one on my 98 chevrolet truck and if successful maybe look at putting one on the wife's Lincoln ls in which she drives about 150 miles a day during the week to school. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

http://smacksboosters.110mb.com/smactanium.htm This works for me.
http://searcypress.com/superfix.html This is a cheaper but fun.
I see you joined yesterday. Read some old post you'll get a lot of info.Time well spent.
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RE: plans for dry cell design
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http://smacksboosters.110mb.com/smactanium.htm This works for me.
http://searcypress.com/superfix.html This is a cheaper but fun.
I see you joined yesterday. Read some old post you'll get a lot of info.Time well spent.
Always remember,"Safety First".
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I may have just joined yesterday but I have already done tons of reading before any posts. I appreciate your feedback, I was just wandering where there might be a cheap online source for acquiring some 316 stainless steel blank plates cut to my preferred dimensions. Thank you.
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Try http://www.metalsupermarkets.com But it not cheep to mail.
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(02-01-2010 07:03 PM)abe Wrote:  Try http://www.metalsupermarkets.com But it not cheep to mail.

http://www.hydroclubusa.com
02-20-2010 11:13 PM
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http://smacksboosters.110mb.com/smactanium.htm This works for me.
http://searcypress.com/superfix.html This is a cheaper but fun.
I see you joined yesterday. Read some old post you'll get a lot of info.Time well spent.
Always remember,"Safety First".
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I may have just joined yesterday but I have already done tons of reading before any posts. I appreciate your feedback, I was just wandering where there might be a cheap online source for acquiring some 316 stainless steel blank plates cut to my preferred dimensions. Thank you.


Give Larry a call at 936 254 3451.He has hundreds of stock sizes or will cut to your dimentions. Also a source for reasonable water jet cut gaskets.He used to do all smacks for him. Acrylic end plates as well-one stop shopping.
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RE: plans for dry cell design
is there anyone to saller the hho systems
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