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Unread 09-14-2008, 04:08 PM   #1
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I seem to remember there being a thread on here a while back about wood-burning stoves/outdoor cookers and someone had put a link on about an Australian-made one which used an old gas bottle, called something like an Ozepig or Ozziepig. I've tried Google and drawn a blank, can anyone else help please?
I'm looking as I know the lcoation of a certain 'surplus' (read dumped) propane gas cylinder and out garden Chiminea has got a ruddy-great crack down the side of it
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That would be Ozpig... gotta get one of those built myself.
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That's the bugger! Thanks Beerwolf, I've been going nuts trying to find that
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be careful when you cut into one they can be very dangerous.
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be careful when you cut into one they can be very dangerous.
Don't worry brother, I've read up on how to flush gas cylinders, I've no desire to propel myself into orbit just yet
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Set it out in the field and give it a shot with the 30 caliber, before you do any fab work.... its more fun that way
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