Thats big...

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acain
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2017/04/11 13:13:29 (permalink)

Thats big...

Got this for free the other day. Loaded it myself. Once I recuperate and my back straightens out... I'll see if I can make something from it.

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    hpx
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    Re: Thats big... 2017/04/11 15:45:28 (permalink)
    What is the actual dimensions? Any idea on the actual weight? Congrats in advance
     
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    acain
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    Re: Thats big... 2017/04/12 15:12:10 (permalink)
    Its about 8x16, thats the size of my trailer and it takes that up. Not sure of the weight, but its mostly aluminum except for the floor beams, wich are steel.
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    Foodbme
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    Re: Thats big... 2017/04/13 00:21:28 (permalink)
    You could convert it to this:

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    Re: Thats big... 2017/04/13 07:57:46 (permalink)
    aw heck, I thought you were referring to that red thing and was down sizing from the trailer.
    post edited by edwmax - 2017/04/13 07:59:44
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    acain
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    Re: Thats big... 2017/04/14 09:12:37 (permalink)
    Foodbme
    You could convert it to this:



    Ha ha! Those tiny houses... cracks me up.  But.. hmmmmmm........ :)
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    acain
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    Re: Thats big... 2017/04/14 09:13:19 (permalink)
    The truth is I think its just gonna be too heavy for a mobile kitchen.
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    Re: Thats big... 2017/04/14 09:23:40 (permalink)
    Use it for storage or sell the scrap and get a few bucks for you time.
    Bury it and make a storm shelter or a grow room.
     
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    acain
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    Re: Thats big... 2017/04/17 14:02:37 (permalink)
    Uncle Groucho
    Use it for storage or sell the scrap and get a few bucks for you time.
     


    Not likely, with the price of scrap right now. Even alum sucks. The more I look at it .. Im thinking, the only steel on it is the floor. Steel beams, steel sheeting. If I were to cut the floor and beams completley out and set it down on the trailer and put in a wood floor sheeted with vinyl, It would be plenty light enough. The issue then is size. Couldnt be whippin it in up against the curb along side other trucks. Id have to think about a stand alone location where I could park and serve.
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