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Old 09-20-2010, 09:31 AM
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Guy's, I'm probably not the first but thought I would share this with all of you that haven't thought or heard of it yet. it's called the ultimate hot rod loving, grill cookin', squirt bottle! If you want to show off your favorite engine oil, you need one of these!
Just get a squirt nozzle, flush your next bottle of oil (after you use it) with dawn and water and shake it to clean it out a couple of times. Trim the tube to fit the bottle depth and replace the strainer back on the end of the tube. The squirt nozzle screws right on the bottle where the cap did with the same threads. Here's a pic of the finished bottle. Of course, you can use any brand oil bottle and my next one will be Valvolene racing oil that I use in my truck engine next time I change it. Works really good for those flare-up's.
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Old 09-20-2010, 01:18 PM
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Shoot Sqz, Never thought about one of those before. Thats pretty neat especially if you own one of those grills that look like a engine.


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A Corvair nut that I know manages a large body shop. He has taken a late model Corvair, put a nice paint job on it, removed the motor in the rear and installed a propane grill that fills the engine compartment. The bottles are in the back seat. He sprayed the trunk in the front with foam insulation, followed with bed liner and fills it with ice and drinks, well, ok, beer. He has a tow bar to pull it behind his motor home for different car functions and gets as much attention as any of the show cars. Needless to say, he could use the motor oil bottle to go with the engine themed grill.

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Guy's, I'm probably not the first but thought I would share this with all of you that haven't thought or heard of it yet. it's called the ultimate hot rod loving, grill cookin', squirt bottle! If you want to show off your favorite engine oil, you need one of these!
Just get a squirt nozzle, flush your next bottle of oil (after you use it) with dawn and water and shake it to clean it out a couple of times. Trim the tube to fit the bottle depth and replace the strainer back on the end of the tube. The squirt nozzle screws right on the bottle where the cap did with the same threads. Here's a pic of the finished bottle. Of course, you can use any brand oil bottle and my next one will be Valvolene racing oil that I use in my truck engine next time I change it. Works really good for those flare-up's.
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Will it work for the way I grill?
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Well i will be get back. Never seen that before i am going to do that with the rake a new one that is in case i racked where the dog has been or something. The kids wont fight over the weiner stick now they can all eat at the same time.


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just make sure nothing is galvanized.
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S10racer, It's not red neck proof! Careful one of your buddies might put gas in it.
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