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its cold here these days. no ice to ice fish. deer season is over. no work on the board. this all leads up to plenty of time to fiddle. so the other day i tosssed this together. no practical use i can think of but fun to toy with. lol



short video running

i was wondering how long a red hot soup can would last, if ran constant. lol
 
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What were the steps? My boys and I have built a rocket stove out of brick. They would love a project like this.
 
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this would be more refined and better for that. thread on here
just down size that stove to a metal paint can or even a 5 gal can.

neat project idea, have fun!

 
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