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Is using a radiator from a car or truck a bad idea to heat water via the rocket stove?

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i would think you could put it somewhere like the top of the barrel on the bottom or top side? and it would work really simple that way, just have some water trickle thru it all the time?
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Casey Halone : For a little while I have been sending people with similar questions to yours to YouTube Land to web4deb , its a type in,click on set up. You want
to link to - the Web4deb channel, and scroll down to His Rocket Mass Heater Playlists ! Please note you may get lost on the way there but its worth the exploration ! Also he
reports on a failure in using the car radiator system, I know he had plans in the works to improve his Radiator hook-up, but no system is perfect ! Check it out, sharpen
your questions and come back here to 'talk' with E & E all this week ! Big Al !
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