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Unread 02-16-2013, 10:44 PM   #18
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I'm trying to follow this. My UDS is on a cart which gets it about 3" to 3 1/2" off the ground. I use it on the patio and never, have had an issue. Now if the PBC is in the horseshoe stand and up 3" from the ground, what problem are you having?

As far as the PBC goes, all I said was that it disintegrated a 12" hole in my grill mat. Was giving folks a heads up.

As far as using it on a sidewalk, I have to defer to the UDS guys if its safe on concrete.. I have only had a chimney launch into the air..... and like i said, i dont think either(pbc or uds) gets as hot as a full chimney blasting heat like an afterburner.
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