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    Quote Originally Posted by jimicrk View Post
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    If you will let me come over and use your can crusher, I'll let you keep the cans.
    Get in line

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    Quote Originally Posted by NHscrapman View Post
    Get in line
    My rule is if you use my tools, they must be clean when you return them. I assume you want to supply your own wood for this process. Has to be fueled after every 100th can.

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    I'll clean it after every can if you let me use it!

    Wait, what happened to the video of the red bull can crusher. I wanted to watch it one more time to make sure I know how to operate it properly.
    Last edited by jimicrk; 12-25-2013 at 07:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbob View Post
    That's why I don't do drugs!
    that's why some times I'm tempted to start.

    this whole thread is priceless.
    where in he** did I put that spiced rum.
    "anyone who thinks scrappin is easy money ain't doin it right!"

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    where in he** did I put that spiced rum.
    Did you check under the red bull can?
    Last edited by foamnone; 12-25-2013 at 06:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockChalk View Post
    I found this instructional video on youtube and I thought you guys might enjoy it. And no I didn't make this.

    Sounds like Michael Jackson made the vid

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    This might be old but its STILL a great instructional video. I used a hand turn drill and a sheet of plywood.

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