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Old 01-10-2006, 12:44 AM   #1
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i remember seeing in a sled magazine a little box that goes on your pipe that you put food in thats pretty weird anyone have one wouldnt the food taste like two stroke oil . maybe some people like that taste
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Old 01-10-2006, 12:57 AM   #2
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Some guys dump a little Klotz (or whatever) in the bottom of the pan so the food don't stick.
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Old 01-10-2006, 06:40 AM   #3
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A buddy of mine has one, works surprisingly well.

Doesn't taste like two stroke oil at all, because the exhaust exits out the of the bottom of the sled.

It actually works pretty good. Trails warm stuff up... And if you want stir fry, all it takes is a few WOT runs on a bumpy lake.
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when I was a kid trapping with my dad we would just wrap our sandwichs with tinfoil and a hour or so before lunch throw it on the exhaust.
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Old 01-10-2006, 09:07 AM   #5
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actually friend of mine who works for the state, in his spare 40 hours at work make a small grill plate, with 4 screw in legs that would fit in his trunck. We went riding, got hungry started a little camp fire and cooked steaks in the middle of nowhere... Good time...
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It's called a Hotdogger or Muffpot. They work really well for a warm lunch. I have seen guys cook the usual kolbassa, but even seen burritos, grilled cheese sandwiches and so on. Looks like a great idea. I find them a bit pricey though. It is pretty funny to pull up beside a guy who is running one and smell garlic sausage coming from his engine. Mmmmm sausage........
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It's called a Hotdogger or Muffpot.* They work really well for a warm lunch.* I have seen guys cook the usual kolbassa, but even seen burritos, grilled cheese sandwiches and so on.* Looks like a great idea.* I find them a bit pricey though.* It is pretty funny to pull up beside a guy who is running one and smell garlic sausage coming from his engine.* Mmmmm sausage........
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Before I actually knew my buddy had one... We were parked at an intersection, everyone wanted to do a smoke & drink break.

My friend parked beside me, and I kept smelling hotdogs!

I mentioned the odour of hotdogs, I thought it must've been something else.

My buddy unpacked some hotdog buns he had stashed in the rear, along with some squeeze-pack condiments like you get at the drive-throughs, and offered me one!

Never thought I'd see a dog come out of a Cat!
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Old 01-10-2006, 01:31 PM   #8
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im probly gonna rig one up on mine im a hot dog freak mmm..
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It's called a Hotdogger or Muffpot.* They work really well for a warm lunch.* I have seen guys cook the usual kolbassa, but even seen burritos, grilled cheese sandwiches and so on.* Looks like a great idea.* I find them a bit pricey though.* It is pretty funny to pull up beside a guy who is running one and smell garlic sausage coming from his engine.* Mmmmm sausage........
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Before I actually knew my buddy had one... We were parked at an intersection, everyone wanted to do a smoke & drink break.

My friend parked beside me, and I kept smelling hotdogs!

I mentioned the odour of hotdogs, I thought it must've been something else.

My buddy unpacked some hotdog buns he had stashed in the rear, along with some squeeze-pack condiments like you get at the drive-throughs, and offered me one!

Never thought I'd see a dog come out of a Cat!
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Yeah, seen them before. Might breakdown and get one. I usually stop about half way through a day trip and start a fire and have a boil up!! Good stuff!!!
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