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Unread 08-22-2013, 11:31 AM   #16
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could use flimsy kitchen magnest cut in to strips to cover the gaps. As long as temps didnt get to high that would work. maybe?
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Unread 08-22-2013, 11:46 AM   #17
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What's the winch for?
you can raise and lower the fire grate, like an asado. For grilling steaks or burgers.
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Put foil duct tape over the seams. Something like this or they sell it at your local Lowe's, or Home Depot, etc... Scotch Aluminum Foil Tape 3311 Silver, 2 in x 10 yd 3.6 mil (Pack of 1): Amazon.com: Industrial & Scientific
It doesnt look like those tapes are rated above 180 or 200 F. Have you used it before?
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It doesnt look like those tapes are rated above 180 or 200 F. Have you used it before?
I have

it might work for awhile, but you will have a hard time getting it to stick and when you open the door you would have to re apply it. It can stand a little more heat but the glue will melt but you need a nice clean surface to apply it to

Blanket is the best idea
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