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Unread 04-01-2010, 06:42 PM   #88
Rodney
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Originally Posted by Gonesledn View Post
just finished up with this today...

Awesome! I like it! I was thinking about doing something similar to this except the tube would have one port in it (~1.5" diameter) or a square port, and the port would be opened by rotating the sleeve around the tube. Either your method or my method would give plenty of fine resolution adjustment. I just ended up going with the 3x3/4" intake setup because it's tried and true and I at least wouldn't be on my own when it comes to suggested settings for startup, etc... Well, that and I was spending too much time thinking and not enough time building and then smoking. ;-)

What are those fittings and tube originally for? Hand rails?

-Rodney
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