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Nifty Way To Kill Gophers
Karl Scheibengraber, Lisbon, Wis., wanted to use exhaust from his Ford Ranger pickup to “gas” gophers but he needed an airtight flexible pipe that would attach to the tailpipe.
  One day he had a “eureka” moment and took a 4-ft. length of 1/2-in. foam pipe insulation, sealed it along its split, and stuffed it into the 2 1/2-in. dia. Ranger exhaust pipe. It was a perfect fit.
  Then he parked next to a gopher hole and stuffed the other end down into the tunnel. After idling the pickup for a while, he pulled out the tube, filled the hole with dirt, and his gopher problem was gone.
  He notes that the pipe insulation fits very tightly into the tailpipe and the heat of the exhaust has not been a problem.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Karl Scheibengraber, N74W27476 Howards Pass, Sussex, Wis. 53089.

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2020 - Volume #44, Issue #4