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Re: potholder clips?

Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 4:52 pm
by zelph
realityguy wrote:Let me try that again here--->
Image

Hope it's clickable thiis time... :(
It clicks.

Looking good!!! Make the feet swivel. I like the mini keg look :)

The feet look sturdy with the ribs, nice!!!!

Re: potholder clips?

Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 7:46 pm
by realityguy
zelph wrote:
realityguy wrote:Let me try that again here--->
Image

Hope it's clickable thiis time... :(
It clicks.

Looking good!!! Make the feet swivel. I like the mini keg look :)

The feet look sturdy with the ribs, nice!!!!
They do swivel ..and stack on top of each other.I was thinking of some kind of windscreen attached to those to do the same thing,all stack on one side..It's too big being a 24OZ(burns forever!)..just something to play with.Question..Do any other cans have the recessed ring between the diameter of the 12OZ and 24OZ heinekins?Just a clone experiment...Before I touch up the green band for width to not show,jb weld,and clean it up..I'm just making sure it'll burn like I want or scrap it..I'll have to do some more "Heinekin research" and get some more cans. ;) The wife can't argue with that!

Re: potholder clips?

Posted: Tue Mar 10, 2009 10:10 pm
by zelph
realityguy wrote:
zelph wrote:
realityguy wrote:Let me try that again here--->
Image

Hope it's clickable thiis time... :(
It clicks.

Looking good!!! Make the feet swivel. I like the mini keg look :)

The feet look sturdy with the ribs, nice!!!!
They do swivel ..and stack on top of each other.I was thinking of some kind of windscreen attached to those to do the same thing,all stack on one side..It's too big being a 24OZ(burns forever!)..just something to play with.Question..Do any other cans have the recessed ring between the diameter of the 12OZ and 24OZ heinekins?Just a clone experiment...Before I touch up the green band for width to not show,jb weld,and clean it up..I'm just making sure it'll burn like I want or scrap it..I'll have to do some more "Heinekin research" and get some more cans. ;) The wife can't argue with that!
Use the small keg cans. Wasn't there an Irish beer that had a small keg can?

Re: potholder clips?

Posted: Tue Mar 10, 2009 10:32 pm
by realityguy
zelph wrote:
Use the small keg cans. Wasn't there an Irish beer that had a small keg can?
That's what I was wondering..I don't mind drinking Heinekin but I may as well go out and buy a decent canister stove for what heinekin costs around here(about $10-11 a six)...and I'm used to buying my beer in bottles(Beck's,MacTarnahan's Amber Ale.) :mrgreen:

Re: potholder clips?

Posted: Wed Mar 11, 2009 7:13 pm
by Ridgerunner
realityguy wrote:
zelph wrote:
Use the small keg cans. Wasn't there an Irish beer that had a small keg can?
That's what I was wondering..I don't mind drinking Heinekin but I may as well go out and buy a decent canister stove for what heinekin costs around here(about $10-11 a six)...and I'm used to buying my beer in bottles(Beck's,MacTarnahan's Amber Ale.) :mrgreen:
We can buy 6...24oz.cans for what you pay for 12 oz. out your way. Hamms use to have a barrel/keg can years ago. You can find them listed on ebay. I think they are steel. I'm surprised no one has made a root beer in a barrel type can. Cost is probably too high !

Re: potholder clips?

Posted: Thu Mar 12, 2009 12:19 am
by realityguy
I just paid $2.99 each for 3 -24s..I can get the MacTarnahan's Amber Ale(10x better beer but hard to find) for $2-2.29)and a better buzz/taste to boot!
:lol: