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New must have camping item

Discussion in 'Camping & Outdoor Gear' started by Sir_Titus, Oct 11, 2003.

  1. Sir_Titus

    Sir_Titus

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    hi all i am thinking of selling gas powered blenders who would be interested :beer:
     
  2. Junk

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    Dude,
    Just spend a few quid and get a frickin inverter already. :flipoff2:

    I have a fride, a microwave and a toastie in my truck. All but the frige on normal AC. :flipoff2:
     
  3. Koffer

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    Your all set Junk for when the wife tosses you out on the street :D

    If I dont get this house done by Thanksgiving the wife here will be "giving" be the boot :'( so I may need to check out that setup :-[

    Oh, junk
    :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2:
    Welcome back :D
     
  4. Junk

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    [quote author=Koffer link=board=14;threadid=6203;start=msg49993#msg49993 date=1065959311]
    Your all set Junk for when the wife tosses you out on the street :D

    If I dont get this house done by Thanksgiving the wife here will be "giving" be the boot :'( so I may need to check out that setup :-[

    Oh, junk
    :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2:
    Welcome back :D
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    There's room at my place NOT :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :D
     
  5. the shed guy

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    [quote author=Junk link=board=14;threadid=6203;start=msg50014#msg50014 date=1065970947]
    There's room at my place NOT :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :D
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    Well, there will be after the wife tosses you, the he moves in... :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2:
     
  6. Niner

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    A J**PER friend of mine has one with a digrinder attached to it and uses his onboard air.
     
  7. CruisinGA

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    After finishing my on board air today....thats what I need to make.
    Then try to convince my mom that I would only be making virgin margaritas. :whoops: :flipoff2: :cheers:
    I bet the die grinder would work better too, spins faster using less air than an impact.
     
  8. IDave

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    I'll bet your mom believes everything you say, Bailey!
     
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    [quote author=IDave link=board=14;threadid=6203;start=msg67203#msg67203 date=1069688450]
    I'll bet your mom believes everything you say, Bailey!
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    mine does! (im a drunk!) :D
     
  10. TJDIV

    TJDIV Back in The U.P.

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    Mom's never believe anything when the word virgin is in the sentence.

    Your best bet is Santa Claus....
     
  11. CruisinGA

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    [quote author=IDave link=board=14;threadid=6203;start=msg67203#msg67203 date=1069688450]
    I'll bet your mom believes everything you say, Bailey!
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    Unfortunatly, no. :-\ :'(
    Actually quite the opposite. :mad:

    1.5 more years..... :cheers:
     
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    [quote author=Niner link=board=14;threadid=6203;start=msg65628#msg65628 date=1069345108]
    A J**PER friend of mine has one with a digrinder attached to it and uses his onboard air.
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    That's what I did...nothing like a 28,000 RPM Ingersol/Rand Blender...use 2 hands ;)
     
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    I'd be interested in one if it's compact and light for backpacking, as theres nothing finer that a slushy Rita on top of a windy mountain. But I'd only get one if it includes an ice maker I could dip into the local stream..........mmmmmmm, Ghiardia! Seriously though, post a pic, I wanna see. I've already got a rechargable one that we take canoeing. Nothing better than the look on the yups faces as we navigate the same rapids in our old towne beater sipping some fine bevs.
     
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    No comments from Sir Titus... Having a hard time figuring out whether he was kidding about this or if he is/was serious ;)

    I just picture a backpacking blender with a lawn-trimmer size engine attached in some way :cheers:
     
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    Archengine - dunno where you go climbing, but I always drop as many ounces out of the pack as I can. Then again, if you're just hiking up in the backyard, it may be cool. :flipoff2:
     
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    [quote author=Junk link=board=14;threadid=6203;start=msg91541#msg91541 date=1074401476]
    Archengine - dunno where you go climbing, but I always drop as many ounces out of the pack as I can. Then again, if you're just hiking up in the backyard, it may be cool. :flipoff2:
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    But I guess you need to make the pack lighter to make up for being gravity challenged with that large melon on your shoulders..... :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: