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  • #16
    that would work great for what I need, I'm storing 100 lbs- 7018 1/8, 6013 1/8, 7014 1/8, 6011 1/8, 6013 3/32, it's too bad I sold my old stove, I'm looking for another, I'd like a refreshment fridge in there, (beer) get thirsty once and a while and don't like tracking stuff in the house, get yelled at LOL
    I'm still looking for a stove, I'll find one sooner or later I'm sure

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    • #17
      While not the perfect solution I use a Dehumidifying Rod in my fridge.Been there for two plus years now and no problems.You can pick one up from your local gun shop or at Brownell`s.

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      • #18
        The low temp will work for the 6010, 6011, and 6013 they have a high celulose sodium flux. 7018 and any of the 18's for that matter are Low Hydrogen flux and as per ANSI should be stored at 250deg to 350deg oven after being removed from the hermedicly sealed container. Also if your rods haven't been broken out of the container and its still sealed sweet leave them in the shed.

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        • #19
          Hi again barstow 151 found this on e-bay sale ends 04-10-06 on a 450lb rod oven item # 7606669798 can e-mail at industyrecycles.com says to e-mail dar@industryrecycles.com the buy now price is 387.65 didnt know if this would be what you migth be looking for instead of the frig or toseter oven deal hope this helps.
          garthswelding@aol.com trail blazer 301g with all the fixins:delta band saw dewalt chop saw craftsman drill press, sp-135 mm251 spectrum 375 suite case mig, tig w/hi freq. one welding truck.

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          • #20
            Not sure where you are at but the Government has what is known as DRMO Defence reutilization yards that sell off old equipment that has been taken out of service hop on the web page at www.drmo.gov and take a look at all the goodies. My buddy bought a Duce and a half for $1000.00 and is in the middle of restoring it. I'll have him send me some pic's and forward.

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            • #21
              I tried that web site but couldn't get anything to come up. Could there be a different address?

              thanks
              Scott
              HMW [Heavy Metal welding]

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              • #22
                re:

                rod ovens arent that expensive, and you can buy your rods in cans, which will have an extensive shelf life

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                • #23
                  Sorry about that, try this one: www.drms.dla.mil

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