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    Experimenting with Royal Roaster rebuild - any thoughts?

    Experimenting with an oddball Royal burner originally set up for gasoline.(that's what the catalog says) Any thoughts
    Burning propane through these old burners







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    Gasoline ? I would think the fumes from burning gasoline would destroy the coffee. Assuming that gasoline is a misprint.

 

 

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