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Unread 10-22-2011, 06:08 PM   #8773
Rodney
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Originally Posted by Lawdog's Smokewagon View Post
Thanks Otterpop. I'll go with the 3 3/4 fittings. Seems like they would work better - more air = more adjustable to me.
I mounted my (3) 3/4" pipe nipples 45 degrees apart on the front of the drum. Since only one is really used during cooking, I figured it didn't matter if the inlets were evenly spaced around the drum. Having them on the front is much more convenient. FYI, ball valve is 3/4".

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