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Old 04-30-2013, 06:25 PM   #2
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Join Date: 01-15-12
Location: Kalama Wa.

It will make a huge difference where you place the bottom of the exhaust pipe, on mine I placed it flushed with the top, the lower you place the bottom of the pipe the more heat and smoke build up in the chamber, I was after a clean burn so no part of mine extends down inside the cooker. My thought was I could also add an adjustable sleeve at a later date if it did not work like I envisioned. The only draw-back I have now is the pit is a wood hog!!
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