Originally Posted by Durzil
With the distance between fire and grate being short I believe you want some sort of diffuser on these. So drilling it seemed logical and made it so I didn't have to cut anything. Then he posted using the insert as a template and wow did that make sense.
Another good option is using a cheap grate where the insert would fit and put a clay saucer on it. You can foil it for easy clean up and it's a great heat sync.
I do plan to have a diffuser I was just worried about grease collecting in the bottom and being a mess. If grease drains pretty good I think drilling would be a better option. I just want to be able to get higher temps in the 350 range and was wondering if the holes method affects temps.
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