Originally Posted by jcinadr
I use a forced air system - it works great. I have mine set up on a single 3/4" nipple. When I had it attached to a side nipple - there was definitely an uneven burn. The burn was from the side of the nipple to the other side of the uds.
I have not had a uneven burn with my drum. I use the IQ 110 attached to a side nipple also. My ash pan is a plow disk that has a slite cup to it. The nipples are just below the disk (just luck, was not planed that way). The air blows in under the disk, allowing for an even burn.
Performer, UDS, 1983 WSM, Frank-in-Weber, 120 Gallon Offset, IQ-110, ET-732