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Re: STARTING FLUID, The Do's and Don'ts !

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Adirondack case guy

03-20-2013 12:44:04
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Wow: I'm getting a little light headed. the air is getting heavy. Here is my opinion. I don't like ether injector nozzles mounted in intake manifolds, because most if it goes into only a couple of cylinders with small amount of air. If the ether is introduced at the earliest point where the intake air enters the tractor in minimal amounts. it has time to mix with the combustion air, and enter all cylinders in porportional amounts.
Now lets all put a hotdog on a stick, gather around the compuker campfire and see how many like them burned and crusty. Smile, we all were able to get vertical, and take nurishment today, and each of us is a day closer to the grave.
Personally I like my dogs browned with with djohney mustard and homemade relish on a buttered bun and a slice of cheese. HeHe
Loren

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jon f mn

03-20-2013 13:57:06
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 Re: STARTING FLUID, The Do's and Don'ts ! in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-20-2013 12:44:04  
I like my dogs well done with cheese and a bit bbq sauce if you have it, thank you.



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mEl

03-20-2013 14:37:30
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 Re: STARTING FLUID, The Do's and Don'ts ! in reply to jon f mn, 03-20-2013 13:57:06  
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Jon f,
I could pbly like that combo myself, never tried em with bbq sauce!

mEl



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bannc

03-20-2013 18:33:11
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 Re: STARTING FLUID, The Do's and Don'ts ! in reply to mEl, 03-20-2013 14:37:30  
Then you definitely aren"t from the South. If you were, you"d have learned to eat almost everything with a little BBQ sauce on it.



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Jgarner

03-21-2013 07:37:04
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 Re: STARTING FLUID, The Do's and Don'ts ! in reply to bannc, 03-20-2013 18:33:11  
Or in TX chili and for all you folks from around the country, down here real chili doesn't have beans in it. (<:

I bet if we all got togther for a backyard cookout, between us and our better halves we could really whip up some good grub with influences from all over the US. Oh, and not to leave you all I see on here from time to time from the UK and Australia out, the world!

Jim



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jon f mn

03-20-2013 16:17:12
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 Re: STARTING FLUID, The Do's and Don'ts ! in reply to mEl, 03-20-2013 14:37:30  
They're best when the grill marks are diagonal, the straight grill marks (either way) taste funny to me. lol



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mEl

03-20-2013 17:48:35
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 Re: STARTING FLUID, The Do's and Don'ts ! in reply to jon f mn, 03-20-2013 16:17:12  
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Jon f,
Have you ever thot about writing a book, "The art of creative grilling"?
mEl



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jon f mn

03-20-2013 18:54:45
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 Re: STARTING FLUID, The Do's and Don'ts ! in reply to mEl, 03-20-2013 17:48:35  
LOL, Funny you should say that. Some of my friends on -------- have said I should write a book. I get pretty creative over there sometimes. I'm far to lazy to do that tho.



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