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Old 09-07-2008, 10:18 AM
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Appleseed for sale

Anyone in or around the Houston Tx area I will drive to meet and deliver.

40gallon Appleseed, all new parts, we made maybe 6 batches with this. Since we have upgraded to an 80 gallon setup.

I will take $350 for it, and I also have about 10 5 gallon carboys that I can part with if you take the Appleseed....and have a few...2-3 I think 40 gallon black plastic drums no lids.

I am in Beaumont TX...about 45 miles form Lake Charles LA, and about 60-70 miles form Houston...right in the middle on I-10


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Old 09-07-2008, 10:44 AM
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hey Pahrump, I may be interested
is this a complete setup for Bio, is it one I just need to find a WVO supplier?

let me know

thanks
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i like that pink wood, is that custom imported wood from Sand Francisco area????



LMAo........gl on the sale
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Actually they are just studs....around here...well actually around most places studs are dyed a color.


Its a complete setup, the only thing you will need is a wash tank, or dry wash setup, and your methanol, lye, and of course WVO
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Expect a call Boss

Pahrump, I'll give you a call tomorrow about the appleseed. I'll be sending a check for the truck via USPS Certified. Do you have anything else I might want to buy!
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Pahrump, I'll give you a call tomorrow about the appleseed. I'll be sending a check for the truck via USPS Certified. Do you have anything else I might want to buy!
LOL, I dunno.....I got lots of crap...lmao!
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the studs are fire rated thats why there pink
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the studs are fire rated thats why there pink
No, they are just treated. Temple Inland used to make those, I'm not sure if they are Temple studs or not, but I bet he bought them from Home Depot.

My Father used them exclusivley in the 70's for residential framing.

I can assure you they are not fire rated, the cost would have been about triple what he paid.
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the studs i see at work look just like and there fire rated idk, why would they dye them for no reason? or what is the reason
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Right choctaw...they are dyed...STUDS not 2x4's, and yes from Temple Inland.

I know some of you are going to say "but a stud is a 2x4" Well yes...it is and its not...studs are for framing, they are usually priced a hair under a 2x4 of the same size, and they come on usually 2 measurements only.

Someone in construction will know exactly what a "stud" is

They are not fire rated.
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