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Re: Washer Fluid in Tire Question - Mix or Not Mix

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hd6gtom

04-22-2014 10:08:33
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Greg, Where did the people put the safety sticker/placard on your new JD? The law requires 1 on the tractor so the fire department knows you are carrying an explosive substance on board. Does your insurance company know about it? I am definatly NOT trying of be a smart A---, just a couple of thoughts as I have dealt with this in the past.




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Greg_Ky

04-22-2014 15:51:26
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 Re: Washer Fluid in Tire Question - Mix or Not Mix in reply to hd6gtom, 04-22-2014 10:08:33  
Really? This is Kentucky. We distill flammables in the back yard, no stickers or placards on the jugs.



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JDB

04-22-2014 10:17:58
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 Re: Washer Fluid in Tire Question - Mix or Not Mix in reply to hd6gtom, 04-22-2014 10:08:33  
Never tried it myself but have any of us tried to set windshield washer fluid on fire? Doubt if it is that flamable



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Determined

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 Re: Washer Fluid in Tire Question - Mix or Not Mix in reply to JDB, 04-22-2014 10:17:58  
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I never gave much thought about it being flamable either until one day a customer brought in his truck to get a couple of brackets welded onto a storage box mount he had in the back of his pick up.

Just a quick job so I climbed up with the lines for the arc welder and ran a few beads.

Some leaves that had collected in the corner of the box were starting to burn and without thinking about it I grabbed a half jug of washer fluid that was in the box and dumped some of it on the leaves to put out the fire which it did, but a few seconds later when the washer fluid flowed over to the hot weld half of the truck box was covered in blue dancing flames.

It burnt out quickly and no harm was done.

Given the right conditions like a punctured tire spraying fluid on a hot exhaust in a dry field the potential for a big problem does exist.

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