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Large Piston at Coolspring


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Old 10-26-2008, 01:27:48 AM
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That would definatly be cool to see or have that piston, amazing that they would/could build something that huge! Thanks for sharing!
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Here's a closer picture of the piston that I took at the Alexander show this year. There wasn't anybody around then to ask what it came from, so I'm glad to find out some info on it.
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I was just showing a friend here at work the pictures of this piston. He said that would make an AWESOME BBQ SMOKER!!!
I think it would too! But it might take a while to get the oily diesel taste off the food.
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I would hate to be the guy that has to re-ring that thing. i like dougs smoker idea.
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