Originally Posted by rdog157h
I understand the ball valve but why cut holes and then cap them with nipples and a cap?
To keep the weather out when not in use plus it helps shut down the drum at the end of the cook. Some find that if temps get away or don't come up as well adding or removing caps solves the issue.
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