Posted by Martin Riddle on June 5, 2010, 10:47 pm
That pretty much verifies the theory with the poly cans. Looks like
CARB has some new regs and the standard 4 tab cap jerry cans are no
longer available. I'll have to keep searching.
Posted by Bruce in alaska on June 6, 2010, 5:32 pm
Use the 55 USG Drum, to fill up your plastic Jugs as you get ready to
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Posted by David Lesher on June 5, 2010, 3:54 pm
I'm looking for a real breakdown of diesel vs. propane, in the
15-25KW range. Obviously, [for a given fuel cost] there will be
some # of hours, below which propane wins and above that, diesel does.
I need to be able to quantify that. Has anyone seen a case study?
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Posted by amdx on June 8, 2010, 10:23 pm
Well, on that and a different subject, I looked at Miller welders today.
The Bobcat 250 is $,474 + $44tx = $,718 9500 watts continuous,
11,000 peak. Only $00 more than the Honda and an extra 3500 watt
Disadvantages , it is louder, uses more fuel, slightly more costly (unless
I mail order out of state, no taxes)
Advantages, more capacity, It's a welder, should hold value, can be sold as
a little used welder.
Posted by vaughn on June 8, 2010, 11:14 pm
It depends on lots of things. First, how often do you need a portable welder?
If the answer is "never" or even "rarely" then why pay more? Second; what about
the engine? For example: is it name brand or Chinese? What kind of reputation
does that engine have in the industry?
Regardless, you will likely need to search beyond this group for reviews on that