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6-pack can crusher

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05-02-2011 22:07:29

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I made this crusher for the workshop saloon a long while back. Mostly from scraps. The top and bottom jaws are 1/2 inch treadplate.

Best guess is that it's crushed about 2 level pickup loads, all generated on the premises. Never were any soda pop drinkers around here. Nasty stuff, anyway.

That old refrigerator I hauled in turned out to be the devil's tool disguised in avocado green.

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05-03-2011 04:38:24

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 Re: 6-pack can crusher in reply to mooger, 05-02-2011 22:07:29  
Lance you could zip these together in no time. Only need some strong wall studs to lag to.

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05-03-2011 04:54:53

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 Re: 6-pack can crusher in reply to 1936, 05-03-2011 04:38:24  
Lance is a minor. He can drink pop, like we did not do when we were 17. Beer was better back then.

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05-03-2011 04:18:34

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 Re: 6-pack can crusher in reply to mooger, 05-02-2011 22:07:29  
crushed cans can only be sold for scrap here.A 6 cent deposit return earns more money.

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05-04-2011 05:32:08

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 Re: 6-pack can crusher in reply to 36 coupe, 05-03-2011 04:18:34  
We do not have the deposite on either cans or bottles here in Ohio

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