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Unread 05-10-2013, 10:26 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Randbo View Post
just put a lock nut on both sides. it dose not need to screw fit the hole.
That was my solution.

I used 2" sections of 3/4" threaded pipe.
{4 Intake pipes}
Lock nut inside, Lock Nut outside, and End Caps to adjust air flow, and
keep the critters out when not in use. I did come back and put a Ball Valve on one
of my pipes to regulate my intake. Works for me.

I drilled {6} 1" holes for Exhaust, in the barrel lid.
{More Exhaust than Intake makes it easier to reach higher temps.}

To close down the Exhaust I used {6} 3/4" stubs that are 1" long.
I put an End Cap on those. Close off the Intakes, then for the Exhaust
I Drop em in and shut it down.
Fire smothers out really quick.

Last edited by Ole Man Dan; 05-10-2013 at 10:31 AM.. Reason: additional text.
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