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Unread 06-22-2011, 01:36 PM   #1
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Default Lined food grade drum - good price?

$30 for the drum
$57 for shipping from Buffalo, NY

$87 total.

Thoughts?
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keep looking, go to a bus or truck garage abnd get on that had antifreeze or oil, then you will not have to get that liner out.
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No liner...check!
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I would pass on it and keep looking especially since you would be paying shipping on top of cost of the drum.
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I would pass on it and keep looking especially since you would be paying shipping on top of cost of the drum.

I agree. You should be able to find a better price.Good luck
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Try a Jiffy Lube or similar place. Pay them the $20.00 deposit they put down on their oil drums and voila.......you've got an unlined drum (way easier to transform into a smoker). Give her a little TLC and you'll be in business.......
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