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  • bullseye
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    just get a butter bowl and dump 6 of those babys in it close it up and turn it on you dont have to be right on the money , at least this works for me and i have pretty big pool

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  • Comrade Andy
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    I prefer the knats chuff tolerance method!

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  • aston
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    Originally posted by D4x4Fish
    Three cans all the same size differant weight same size can

    dia 4" and 5 1/5" tall(ok 5. 7/16")
    This helps, believe it or not

    base area x height = 69 cubic inches (give or take a knats cock)

    69 cu in = 4.78 cups

    I need 47.8 cups :yay:

    Thanks

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  • D4x4Fish
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    It all depends on the type of coffee you drink.
    Folgers 13oz
    Maxwell house 11.5oz
    Yuban 16oz
    Budlite 12oz(empty)

    Three cans all the same size differant weight same size can

    dia 4" and 5 1/5" tall(ok 5. 7/16")


    This doesnt help But I use thi convert program all the time at work and home
    www.joshmadison.com/software/convert/
    Last edited by D4x4Fish; 04-08-05, 07:46 PM.

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  • blackZZR
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    Damn, I thought this would be a whip it out and measure thread.

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  • aston
    started a topic measurement systems

    measurement systems

    I am performing annual maintenance on my pool. After cleaning all the crap out of the filter it's time to recharge with diatomaceous earth.

    So here's the prob: I need 4.8lbs of DE and I don't have suitable scales.

    The helpful filter manufacturer advises that the contents of 10 one pound coffee cans will also provide the exact amount. However, I don't have a one pound coffee can either :mad:

    So can anyone measure the diameter and height of a one pound coffee can for me.

    Please use a standard such as inches or millimeters

    We will ignore any temperature effects

    Cheers!
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