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Old 06-07-2005, 09:08:49 PM
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Thought I'd show you guys my newly built trailer before it gets all scratched up...loaded the 20HP Superior up just in time to make the show in Westmorland, NY over the weekend....Phew no more moving that engine....it's staying on this trailer ......oh thats me cooking lunch over the hot tube Mark Congden
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I dunno, Mark. That trailer needs some patina. Like Brantford juice and sweat. Does this hot tube job start easily? BTW, where is the Westmoreland show? I'm doing Ava this weekend, maybe I'll stop down. Pray for good weather !!!
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Mark: Nice "HOT DOG" cooker you have there .
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I've heard of boiling eggs in the water hopper but have never seen hot dogs cooked over the hot tube. Nice engine and trailer.
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Hi Mark,

I sure hope your hot tube chimney isn't lined with asbestos.

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No asbestos here Tom...$.49 for black iron pipe...you can have a whole pocket full of spares when they burn out....Thank you very much for your concern Tom! And to everyone else, thank you for your response! Mark Congden
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Hi Mark,

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If you want an original repo Superior chimney, Keith Kenny borrowed my original and is going to have some casted up.

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OH I'd love one Tom...what do you think the price tag will be? Mark Congden
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Tom, put me down for one of those Superior chimneys! Have you heard ANYTHING about the repro Abel chimneys?
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