Has anyone built a heat exchanger that uses the tailpipe gases to heat water for a shower?
I'm considering the tailpipe instead of tapping in the engine bay so htat the same heat exchanger can be moved to a power generator instead of the vehicle.
Any experience/advice with this is welcome.
You saved some money on the mat but those metal screws are going to shred your tires, and I bet they're at least $200 a pop.
There's a reason Maxtrax and lookalike designs have plastic spkes that wear out. They wear out so your tires don't.
Looking for idea for a cheap and effective recovery track, mostly for snow. I've seen people use fibergrate like this
I've seen the CES Offroad on amazon for cheap here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01I5UTZQQ/
I'm thinking the cheapest way may be to glue harbor freight treat covers back to back...
My cheapo chinese coiled air hose split. I have a spool of brake hose that looks much stronger.
Would it be ok to just add air fittings to a length of brake hose to rig a stronger air hose?
I'd like hydraulice pressures within a brake line are much higer (10x) that that of an air compressor.
Usually postcoolers on compressors include a dessicant or water collection device to prevent water condensed during cooling (in radiator or heatsink) to enter the circuit. Is there a way to remove water from the intercooler/tank?