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Re: Helping the batteries perfom in the cold.
- Subject: Re: Helping the batteries perfom in the cold.
- From: matthew magda <matty spectra net>
- Date: Sun, 03 Jan 1999 08:16:20 -0500
- In-reply-to: <199901030257.VAA12523@aldhfn.aldhfn.org>
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- Sender: owner-elec-trak cosmos5 phy tufts edu
>Many years ago when I owned a recalcitrant Plymouth Valiant (wouldn't
>start when the ambient temp dropped below 10 deg F), I used to start a
>charcoal fire in the grill, then when the coals were ready, I'd slide it
>under the engine bay to warm up things while I ate breakfast (and watched
>out the window for any untoward wisps of smoke). NOTE: This story is for
>entertainment purposes only. I don't recommend actually doing this!
dont think its funny. I used to do this (with a old wheel n sand with gas n
kero.mix) to warm up trucks to get them started. Black smoke was not a
sign. O well
For the tracter it sits out side most of the time i have it covered with a
be for i use it i plug it in for 15-20 min. to warm n give them a little
Any one have a snow blower for sale? CHEEP
thanks for the ear
Matthew P. Magda Jr.