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Unread 08-06-2013, 06:07 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by T-doh View Post
Haven't had much time so far this week to work on it, too busy with work. Guess it won't be done by this weekend. Ill be putting the exhaust out of that bung. I did manage to get everything cut for my cooking grates, just need to weld them up. How important is a heat baffle? If I were to put one in how far should I take it? The full length of the cooking chamber? Thanks guys
If you take your baffle the full length of the cook chamber you would basicaly be makin it a reverseflow therefore you would need to move your exhaust to the same end as the firebox. If you wanna keep it a standard offset you will need a short baffle over the firebox to cook chamber entrance than multiple plates across your cook chamber that you adjust to even out your temps and hot spots... Those would be called tuning plates if you do a search im sure you could find some more info on them
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