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Thread: 2 Fold up sturdy tables needed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stonker View Post
    Me too
    Me three.

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    I bought two of these today

    2 of these, they come recommended by our top chef.
    They will keep our grub nice and hot.
    Got them for £17.99 each plus vat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad biker View Post
    2 of these, they come recommended by our top chef.
    They will keep our grub nice and hot.
    Got them for £17.99 each plus vat.
    OK, do you still want the others?

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    others, what others

    Quote Originally Posted by Stonker View Post
    OK, do you still want the others?
    is there more chafing dishes?

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    how hot do the bottoms of these get? as the tables might need a cover plate. considering they're plastic tops?

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    A good question

    Quote Originally Posted by Lo-IQ View Post
    how hot do the bottoms of these get? as the tables might need a cover plate. considering they're plastic tops?
    i did wonder how to get over this, i thought of a ceramic floor tile to go under the burners, or bend some alloy sheet to make a trivett.

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    sheet of ply wood? cut to size.....

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    are you confused?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stonker View Post
    OK, do you still want the others?
    i bought some chafers today not tables, yes please to the delivery from Andrew D.

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    Pop down screwfix or toolstation and get a couple of cheap plumbers mats.
    Thats what I use under my primus

    Neil

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    Aha..

    Quote Originally Posted by NeilDD View Post
    Paulie
    Pop down screwfix or toolstation and get a couple of cheap plumbers mats.
    Thats what I use under my primus

    Neil
    I'm gonna need 8 of these £40 quid
    I'll get the saw out and chop up some alloy i thinks.
    Good idea though Neil.

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    Thats not bling

    Quote Originally Posted by Lo-IQ View Post
    sheet of ply wood? cut to size.....
    It will have to be alloy made by Nomadatech

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    Maybe I can meet Andrew next Thursday afternoon/evening? And then come to Swanley?

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    sounds like a plan.

    When youve thrashed a plan with Andrew, give me a shout and i'll send you my telephone number.Thanks again mate cheers Paul.
    Edit 07973 712138

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    woohoo

    weve a 3 way fridge now, cool..geddit?

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    chafers

    That looks like a good buy, fell hungry already!! well done that man.
    Old GSer's never die, they just fall off more often!.

    So many cats, so few recipies!!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stonker View Post
    Maybe I can meet Andrew next Thursday afternoon/evening? And then come to Swanley?
    Sounds like a plan....

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