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Unread 06-12-2008, 03:56 AM   #1216
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Either I missed it or you didn't explain what the bottom basin is from.
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Unread 06-12-2008, 04:04 AM   #1217
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Norco, you have unequivocally raised the bar in terms of UDS Fabrication Ten Fold, my Friend. The Design thus far is Quite Outstanding and Inspired.
Will you be adding this Segment of your Build to your "RedNeck Build" Thread, keeping it documented all within one Thread? Can't wait to see how it progresses from here.
Thanks N8. I am going to consolidate all. First I am going to have basic build and links inserted on build options. Hopefully for a sticky. Several people have sent me info. Just got real busy at work. One thing to work 12's and sit and monitor, another when you have to do physical labor. This is why post slowed. Gonna pick up expanded metal at steel yard today. Had 4X8 sheet sheared into 6 8"X96" pieces. Will cut into 12 42.5" pieces for rings to go around 18" weber kettle charcoal grate which measures 13.5"dia. Have you noted this thread has over 100,000 views? Cool!
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Unread 06-12-2008, 08:46 AM   #1218
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Holy fark drumheads..........100,000 + views!!!
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Unread 06-12-2008, 01:10 PM   #1219
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Unread 06-12-2008, 11:41 PM   #1220
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Okay, now I feel dumb. Being trying to post all day and it was always giving me an error. Now when I write something stupid, it actually posts it. What a moron.

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Okay, now I feel dumb. Being trying to post all day and it was always giving me an error. Now when I write something stupid, it actually posts it. What a moron.

Sorry
From your nickname I'm guessing you hang with "T" ?
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Unread 06-13-2008, 12:45 AM   #1223
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From your nickname I'm guessing you hang with "T" ?
Actually no, I made my name up before I scanned through the forum. But now that I've scanned and seen a few more things, I'm wondering, if out of respect for a great BBQ'r, I shouldn't change it to something different.
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new mod sighted ! creator = michiana mark


pierced nipple mod




thinking out loud here - what if it was a slot, and sized big enough to avoid removing the cap??? sort of a small valve
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Thanks N8. I am going to consolidate all. First I am going to have basic build and links inserted on build options. Hopefully for a sticky. Several people have sent me info. Just got real busy at work. One thing to work 12's and sit and monitor, another when you have to do physical labor. This is why post slowed. Gonna pick up expanded metal at steel yard today. Had 4X8 sheet sheared into 6 8"X96" pieces. Will cut into 12 42.5" pieces for rings to go around 18" weber kettle charcoal grate which measures 13.5"dia. Have you noted this thread has over 100,000 views? Cool!

I prefer the coal grate for an 18.5" as oppossed to a 22.5" Weber coal grate for UDS baskets. Tried them both and seems like the 13.5" dia. gets to temp faster.
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Unread 06-13-2008, 07:24 AM   #1226
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I prefer the coal grate for an 18.5" as oppossed to a 22.5" Weber coal grate for UDS baskets. Tried them both and seems like the 13.5" dia. gets to temp faster.
That is what I meant. Like you said a 18.5" weber which is actual 13.5" charcoal grate is what I meant. I was calling it an 18". A 22.5" weber has a 17" charcoal grate. Thanks for posting to make it clear. I can see it but not always translate.
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Actually no, I made my name up before I scanned through the forum. But now that I've scanned and seen a few more things, I'm wondering, if out of respect for a great BBQ'r, I shouldn't change it to something different.


I don't think there will be any mix-ups. His forum nickname is Q4U's T, and his restaurant is called Q4U. He does not post here, I met him on another forum and he competes at the State Championship in Wyoming. T is also from Utah, so I thought you guys might know each other or work or cook together.

You are right, he is a real good cook and to keep this on topic, he cooks on a BDS.
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One of my Big Green Drums got a paint job today...



This was the before look...






Now I get to "ugly" it up all over again...
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thinking out loud here - what if it was a slot, and sized big enough to avoid removing the cap??? sort of a small valve
I'm liking the slot idea...you don't need a lot of threads to hold that cap. I'd mill it out leaving just enough to thread on the cap.
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Default intake vent hole ??

how big is to big ?? I am ready to start building mine , but the hole saw bit I have is 2.25 , I plan on only 1 hole , will that be enough ?? and how far from the bottom should I drill it ??
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