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Thread: Scrapping a Deep Fryer the Bigger Hammer Way!

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    Thumbs up Scrapping a Deep Fryer the Bigger Hammer Way!





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    Quote Originally Posted by ScrapYaHerd View Post
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    Meow or Wow? LOL

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    Mozart of the scrap world...lmfao

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    I think the heating element had more value than anything else in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mechanic688 View Post
    I think the heating element had more value than anything else in it.
    are heating elements really worth much ? I saw a thread on it a while back, but didn't gather them being worth a whole lot most places.

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    Roughly about a buck a lb.

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    @6:49 -thats what she said


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