M-5":2bnyf381 said:this thread is 10yrs old
He's still on here with a different name and he's all business now.ram":zmstncwm said:
He musta finally caught one of those big women then--life liberty and the happiness of pursuit all changes when that happens.ga.prime":28folspw said:
tom4018":3sisoabn said:What is the new name?ga.prime":3sisoabn said:
I chat with him once in a while, has never mentioned being back on here but he may be. I have met him and he is a super nice guy.Alan":3168f10f said:
tom4018":2aefdnan said:I chat with him once in a while, has never mentioned being back on here but he may be. I have met him and he is a super nice guy.Alan":2aefdnan said:
What do you mean by burned diesel oil?I make up 15 gallons at a time. I have a Vat for dipping posts in, made from an old tank cut in two,8 feet long. Works great.Here's my recipe. 5 gallons of coal tar roofing or driveway sealer, 5 gallons of Diesel Fuel 5 gallons of burned Diesel oil,2 lbs of feed salt Stir well with an old shovel.
You can simply dip about 2 feet of your post in a bucket of this formula, or dip the entire post in the vat.Soak for a couple hours.For use on boards, simply get an old pump sprayer, or use a paint roller. Wear long sleeve clothing. On some board fencing, I've poured in a gallon of cheaper oil based black paint in the mixture to help it flow.Lasts for years.In some hot climates it may fade a little quicker. No liability written, expressed or implied. Check all local and State laws, before using. :shock: