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Unread 02-07-2010, 11:28 AM   #4951
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I know ive seen it in here somewhere, but does any one know the ratio of tide to water that Norco recomends to wash out an oil barrel? I just got some more barrels, and am ready to start my 2nd build. But 330 some pages are alot to search through. Any help is appreciated.
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At the bottom of the screen you will find a Google search box, if you put "norco and tide" in the box and search you will find several places where Norco recommends tide, but I never found and actual ratio. Post 3981 on p 266 says heavy mixture of tide and hot water.

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Unread 02-07-2010, 12:30 PM   #4952
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Casters on mine also. Hard to see but there's four.
I know it's probably back somewhere in the thread, but mind if I ask how you made that extension? I just got a ten dollar weber and I still want to use it as a Weber sometimes so I don't want to hammer the rim out and don't want to cut up the bottom. That looks good. I guess otherwise I would need a strip of sheet metal to make a ring.
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That's a weber rotisserie ring
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Unread 02-07-2010, 02:17 PM   #4954
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That's a weber rotisserie ring
Holy Fark, that's more than I 've spent in total including some tools :). Down to the scrap metal yard I guess.
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Motleys got it. It's a Weber ring!
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Unread 02-07-2010, 03:14 PM   #4956
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Not to go off topic here, but shouldn't there be some sort of prize for the 5,000th post to this thread? It's not that far away.....
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Unread 02-07-2010, 07:19 PM   #4957
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Holy long threads Batman! 4956 posts 331pages... Took me almost 2 weeks to read the whole thing, left me with no questions and I just happened to finish my uds today. I followed the Norco k.i.s.s. method, only deviation was no welding and I had to add a coupler to the inside of the 3/4'' nipples, the holes I drilled were a little to big for the nipple threads to grab. I am planning on doing my seasoning cook tomorrow and throw a couple fatties on. I will take some pics then and post em up.
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Unread 02-07-2010, 07:39 PM   #4958
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first cook on the UDS..she is chugging along at 225 with two holes open (one uncapped, one ball valve wide open). It was up to 300 when I put the chicken on. With two holes open, shouldnt it be higher? I have a weber lid with the holes about half closed on the lid. Should I be worried about anything at this point? Im about 1 hour into the cook with the chicken on.
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Open the Weber lid vents wide open !!!!!!!!!!! Real important to keep them fully open. You can easily get a real nasty buildup of smoke without them wide open. Good lunck bro!
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Almost 5000 pages and the most important info is in the first 15 pages.
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cool, thanks man...went out and opened them up
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Being very new around here, with only a few posts, I am perhaps out of place with this suggestion, but I think the honor of the 5000th post should go to NorcoRedneck, with SwampRB right behind.

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nobody is going to set back on that!!! It's a free for all!!!!!!!!!!!
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A couple of questions, which metal would be best for a diffuser, aluminum or stainless steel?

And, would a 90 amp flux core MIG welder be adequate for welding parts on a UDS?
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A couple of questions, which metal would be best for a diffuser, aluminum or stainless steel?

And, would a 90 amp flux core MIG welder be adequate for welding parts on a UDS?
use steel. doesnt have to be stainless.
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