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post #19061 of 20340 Old 08-11-2019, 11:54 AM
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Wasnt that dino's idea? Or Ranger?
I'm thinking ranger did. I'm picturing this set up in the post and in the picture it was sitting on a stump.... I may be mistaken.... Now I've got to go back and look.
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Wasnt that dino's idea? Or Ranger?



I thought Ranger tossed them in the still?
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I thought Ranger tossed them in the still?
Wasn't that the humidor?
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It's Boveda rotation day here at the new casa. This chicken breader is the stuff! I can't recall which one of you turned me on to this thing, bits it's like it was made for those of us who went the Boveda route.
What's the deal with this chicken breader? Do you put distilled water in the bottom to recharge the packs?

Also, do you guys take any special precautions to ensure that the packs dont absorb more moisture then they come with from the factory? Is that something I should even worry about?
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What's the deal with this chicken breader? Do you put distilled water in the bottom to recharge the packs?

Also, do you guys take any special precautions to ensure that the packs dont absorb more moisture then they come with from the factory? Is that something I should even worry about?
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i just submerge them in water and when they are puffy i take them out to dry. If you want to be more precise, you can use a kitchen or baking scale and weight them
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I'm thinking ranger did. I'm picturing this set up in the post and in the picture it was sitting on a stump.... I may be mistaken.... Now I've got to go back and look.
Definitely ranger.. cause his wife wanted to kill him for taking her chicken breader..

Anyone heard from him.. I've pmd him a few times. No response.

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What's the deal with this chicken breader? Do you put distilled water in the bottom to recharge the packs?

Also, do you guys take any special precautions to ensure that the packs dont absorb more moisture then they come with from the factory? Is that something I should even worry about?
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You've got it. Distilled water in the bottom, Bovedas in the tray, then let them sit for a week or two or until you can't feel the crystals anymore. I don't worry about getting exactly the weight they come in. As long as they're hydrated and no crystals, right back in the tuppers they go.
If you're using a good tupper like the Systema Klip-it, it may have to be done twice a year. The current stock rehydrating are the ones I started with back in February when I converted all of my storage to tuppers with Spanish cedar trays. The trays most likely took most of the moisture from these packs, but since everything has stabilized, it'll be some time before I'll have to do this again.
I personally don't submerge them, but I imagine for those that do, as mentioned they'll dry them off well before re integrating them into the rotation. Just a personal preference.
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Ford auto engineers need taken out to the dang tool shed? My wife's last car was an 04 taurus and you had to take the valve cover off to change the last 2 spark plugs... Her current car an '11 fusion ya gotta pop the trunk liner off to grab some dinky plastic piece on the back of the license plate bolt...

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Every brand designs weird/stupid methods of doing things.
That is ridiculous though. How about the new Jeeps that require removing the front wheel to access the oil filter...unreal.
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