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Unread 11-03-2012, 05:16 PM   #10242
N8man
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I have read it described that red liners are also known as "the dreaded red liner"
and can prove to be a double handful of hard work and wringing sweat in the removal of same....

I shopped around for a reconditioned barrel to use for my build. In the reconditioning process the drums get blasted in a furnace then repainted on the outside and a rust inhibitor sprayed in the interior..I burnt that sucker good when I got it home....
Here's my burnout, from a couple thousand pages back.....

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...&postcount=405



"Fire Good!"

Granted I did not have a liner to deal with excepting for the sprayed on inhibitor, but I still managed a complete burnoff of the drum
both inside and out by the amount and positioning of the wood I used
as the fire burned.....
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