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Old 06-05-2008, 08:54 AM   #16
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Finding a "green" way of doing it is great IMO
In the greater scheme of things I think little in RCing has anything "green" about it.
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Really? Baking tires of my car stunk up my entire house, making a cloudy white haze that hung near the ceiling and set off my poisonous gas detector. That was for 20 minutes at 350. Won't be doing that inside again.
200-degrees is plenty enough to break down CA, and it doesn't melt or over-bake the tires causing your green cloud

LOL ~ that must have been a sight
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I LIKE your idea!! LOL!!
how bout handing ur used stuff to a newbie & buying new??

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how bout handing ur used stuff to a newbie & buying new??
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