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I'm still using my gasoline blow torches and would love to get an even bigger one than the ones I have. Yeah, you have to learn to use them, but just as with anything hot or with moving parts (buzz saws, chain saws) they really aren't at all "dangerous" once you figure them out.
My oxy/acetylene tanks are currently empty. I figure it'll cost me $150-175.00, which I don;t currently have, to get them exchanged. I needed to braze some things together the other day. Propane would just barely melt the braze, couldn't get good flow. Got out the gasoline Clayton-Lambert and had it done in a few minutes on maybe a quarter cup of gasoline.
To each their own.
BTW, you want scary? Stop around some evening and I'll touch off my gasoline plumbers furnace. A blue flame 3 feet high and 4" across! Very impressive in the dark. Roars like a small jet engine! :shock:
This post was edited by Bret4207 at 05:07:14 03/17/13.
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