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Old 02-11-2004, 06:39 PM
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Just saw this on another post and thought you might be interested. This is the best invention since the light bulb.


http://www.gasblender.com/
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I saw an ad for one that is powered by a cordless drill also.
 
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No No No. This is what you do. Get a 12 volt outboard electric motor. Get a 40 gallon trash can. Be sure it is new and clean. Not used for your trash each week. hook the motor to the side, and voila.
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Well, that thing oughta do the trick!! Thats too cool. Kinda big for the boat though.

We bought one of those DC powered blenders for the boat. What a piece of junk. All it did was whack the ice around a bit, didn't have nearly enough ass to make a good drink. I was gonna send it back and ***** to get my money back but, I didn't There it sits in the garage in its box taking up space.

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Check this one out, My buddy who owns a power equipment shop built 3 of these, 2 for him, and one for the R&D guy, I think from Echo, that supplied the motors.
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Sorry, dont like the taste of 2 cycle oil in my pina colada.
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Just saw this on another post and thought you might be interested. This is the best invention since the light bulb.


http://www.gasblender.com/


I've seen these in action and they really work. Crushes ice like nothing. And they do draw a crowd. Unfortunatly, it gets expensive buying taquila and mix for all of your new friends.
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I saw an ad for one that is powered by a cordless drill also.
That can be found at boatblender.com. Pretty cool. Not as wicked as the weed-whacker version, though...
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