Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by KyleK, Jan 10, 2012.
Wonder what he has blurred out
The blurred out stuff is irrelevant to this item. I didntd want peippe to get confused.
the closest part looks copper, which suggests water,.. water heater?
is fuel put into it to create heat, or does the "warmth" enter through the fleshlight?
is it mostly self complete or are there lots of other pieces?
It is not copper, but is shaped like that for a specific reason. No water.
Fuel is put into it, but not to create heat. That is just a byproduct.
It is mostly complete.
I am camping right now so don't have access to it to take another pic. I'll snap one Tuesday when I get back.
Do you ignite farts with it ??
so, the fuel is converted into something else then,.. does it make charcoal?
It uses kerosene.
Does it convert kerosene into diesel for farm tractors and such
Do they do that? Would seem like anybody with a diesel tractor would buy diesel fuel. Diesel fuel for farm use is different and cheaper than the diesel fuel sold at the gas station.
Kyle said it's an antique,.. I found this,.. "Way back in the 1950's, farm tractors were started using a small gas engine for warm up and then switched over to distillate fuel (kerosene) for running. The distillate was cheaper than kerosene as it was tax free to the farmer".
I'm thinking the distillate is a type of diesel