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Old 07-14-2012, 08:57 PM   #15
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I set up a heated vegtable oil system on one of my diesel rigs. Worked great and it smelled like McDonalds behind me. Took too much work to filter used oil. But I loved the smell.

Like others said, I would not want to be drafting anyone burning poop.
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This thread is giving me a bit of a laugh at the end of a tough day at work......In my minds eye.....LOL.......anybody else noticing that in the picture the parts are all painted enviromental green...designed to make you believe...its all good for the enviroment...The next generation of this will be a mark 11 system designed to combine hot s..t gases mixed with diesel and this will jump your gas mileage thru the roof.....kind of like an episode of "back to the future" where doc Brown uses garbage to get his car goin
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Same results with 1/4 of a 55 gallon drum and about 12 inches of diesel.

Not something I want to ride behind, or even get close to.
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Old 07-14-2012, 09:31 PM   #19
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Same results with 1/4 of a 55 gallon drum and about 12 inches of diesel.

Not something I want to ride behind, or even get close to.
Some memories are meant to be suppressed.
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Old 07-14-2012, 10:23 PM   #20
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Geez, my rig is running kind of crappy today. Maybe I need to drive the crap out of it!
How would you keep from burning your hands with the thin RV toilet paper when you wipe your tail pipe?
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Yep, pretty old stuff, didn't work then.
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Some memories are meant to be suppressed.
I remember that the barrels were all burned on the same day and it left a very strong impression
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Another choice

Maybe one of these would work has anyone tried one?
Nature's Head Composting Toilets - The environmentally sustainable waterless toilet for Your Boat, RV, Cabin, Big Rig, Barn, Workshop, or Yurt!
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So I have to buy a trailer and tow this thing behind my toad? Great idea!

There's a sucker born every minute according to P.T. Barnum.
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They laughed at the Wright Brothers, they laughed at Thomas Crapper but look how those turned out
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Thats a bunch of CRAP: Thomas Crapper (1836-1910) did exist, and was a plumber, and is, in fact, credited with improving the functionality of the early flush toilet (or "water closet," as it was then called), but he did not, contrary to popular belief, invent the pseudo-eponymous bathroom appliance from scratch.
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Actually, Thomas Crapper didn't invent the first flushing toilet. The first flushing toilet was invented by Sir John Harrington.

Several centuries after Sir John's flushing toilet Crapper became successful in the plumbing industry and did earn nine patents for plumbing products in England. Unfortunately, none of those nine patents granted between 1861-1904 were for the flushing toilet.

The slang term for "crapper" originated from the American servicemen stationed in England during World War I where they saw his name on cisterns and used it as army slang, "I'm going to the crapper."

Maybe that's why the toilet is also referred to as the "john".
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This system might work for my ex-wife. Her poop don't stink.



(( I did not just say that ))

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