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    I've tested my CNC plasma cutter with a simple build of a garden torch.


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    How long did the T-P roll burn?

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    I recall the toilet paper bypass oil filter my father had on his '64 Olds...

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    I remember an employee of our Nor Cal timber yard had a 56 F100 with a TP aux filter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfpaak View Post
    How long did the T-P roll burn?
    The toilet paper burns about an hour.

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    We used to pull the core out of a roll of Tp then force the roll in a 1lb coffee can pour in a pint of common isopropyl 70% then light it to keep our deer stands warm. you got used to the smell after a while and since the cutouts didn't have window glass the open air was plenty of ventilation they would last for several hours if you placed a tin cover over it which blocked off some of the opening of the top. hardly any flame almost like sterno


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