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Unread 07-24-2013, 04:15 AM   #16
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Nice UDS there Tyrone1Wils, and nice to see another fellow Brit on here. I am half way through a build myself. I don't know where you are based but if you fancy a beginners class we (the UK BBQ Association) have one planned for Nottinghamshire second weekend in August (no charge as it is for Help for Heroes). Send me a pm if you want more details as I don't want to hijack your thread. ;)
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Unread 07-24-2013, 04:27 AM   #17
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looking good.
I managed to track down some Expanded metal for a decent price. http://www.fhbrundle.co.uk/ Delivery is + £10 though. Maybe you have a branch near you? they have a few around the country.
Yeah I had a look at that site and was going to order it then found this washing machine drum cheap so thought id give it a go.

After all a UDS is supposed to be bits thrown together from what you can find

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Nice UDS there Tyrone1Wils, and nice to see another fellow Brit on here. I am half way through a build myself. I don't know where you are based but if you fancy a beginners class we (the UK BBQ Association) have one planned for Nottinghamshire second weekend in August (no charge as it is for Help for Heroes). Send me a pm if you want more details as I don't want to hijack your thread. ;)
I actually live in Peterborough, so not that far from yourself actually. That would be awesome but unfortunately I'm at a family wedding in Kent that weekend!

Sounds like it would be a good day and a good cause (HFH and BBQ ;) )
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Unread 07-24-2013, 07:23 AM   #18
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I get stumped by these acronyms too. If you go to http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=35132 Most of them are there. Although, I came across one yesterday, 'TBS', Still not sure what it means
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What is a UDS?
A wonderful piece of machinery whose construction was simplified by a wizard living in NORth COunty.

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Thank you, BTW, for your design....

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^^^^That doesn't look right ^^^^
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I get stumped by these acronyms too. If you go to http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=35132 Most of them are there. Although, I came across one yesterday, 'TBS', Still not sure what it means

I think "T" Barrel Smoker... http://jmillerid.com/wordpress/categ...n-drum-smoker/
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Tyrone:

The washing machine drum modification into a UDS charcoal basket is way cool.


Possibly, this has been done before but, if so, I haven't heard about it and I'd like the hear more.

So:
  1. what are the dimensions and clearances?
  2. Is the washing machine drum stainless steel?

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Tyrone:

The washing machine drum modification into a UDS charcoal basket is way cool.


Possibly, this has been done before but, if so, I haven't heard about it and I'd like the hear more.

So:
  1. what are the dimensions and clearances?
  2. Is the washing machine drum stainless steel?

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It is SS and you're right Mark,it has done bePhore.
A couple of Dutch Brethren have done it.
Here's one pic I Phound...looks like it's pretty wide in diameter like my own basket.



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Thanks for the kind words, and I got the idea from another forum.

Indeed it is stainless steel.

The measurements are 47cm diameter x 23cm or for you folks across the pond approx 18.5" Diameter x 9" high.

Have trouble getting it past the 2" nuts so will have to sort that out but seems like a good buy to me
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Thanks Phubar; the picture helps alot.

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Thanks for the kind words, and I got the idea from another forum.

Indeed it is stainless steel.

The measurements are 47cm diameter x 23cm or for you folks across the pond approx 18.5" Diameter x 9" high.

Have trouble getting it past the 2" nuts so will have to sort that out but seems like a good buy to me
thanks Tyrone & Phubar

Is that a standard size washing machine drum for the EU?

I think washing machine drums in the US are much larger.

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My washing machine can carry 7kg and I think that's a "normal" size in European households.
From the pic that I posted it looks almost like the same width of a Weber 22,5" charcoal grate.
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