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Unread 09-20-2008, 11:38 PM   #16
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wow thats a good quality burner.. I would not want that messed up either... which is what happens with the log lighter leaving it in there.

thank you for your input :-)


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In my Klose, I use this ring burner and just place it in the bottom of the firebox, with the hose going thru the damper and then close down the dampers about halfway.

(picture is when it was on the turkey fryer.. I removed it fromt its frame.)

I lay a pile of lava rock on top to disperse heat and to protect the top of the firebox from getting a hot spot. You can also put a few chunks on top in or in and iron skillet(or old dutch over)if u want to add some smoke.

didnt want to mount it permanent so it doesnt get beat up/clogged from being in there with the wood fires.
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Unread 09-20-2008, 11:52 PM   #17
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heres the burner. http://www.turkeyfryerexpress.com/st...t=10&offset=15

use a regulator with a brass control valve and load it thru the dampers. On my 20" firebox, the stem on the burner offsets the ring to about the center of the box, and the fitting goes thru a damper. You may have to disconnect the hose if the regulator wont fir thru a damper opening.

its a simple, but very effective gas assist.
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heres the burner. http://www.turkeyfryerexpress.com/st...t=10&offset=15

use a regulator with a brass control valve and load it thru the dampers. On my 20" firebox, the stem on the burner offsets the ring to about the center of the box, and the fitting goes thru a damper. You may have to disconnect the hose if the regulator wont fir thru a damper opening.

its a simple, but very effective gas assist.
I want to thank you so much for your input but I used to have a side GA like the ones in the example on my old gator pit in Texas. I have all the parts already for this install but forgot a specific point and never looked at the GA when OI had the Gator pit. The side burner alleviates the clogging

again thank you so much for your input and I would like to use it on a pig smoker but I need help with the above example.

I started a more specific thread in order to be sure to get a gator pit or klose answer on this.
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Unread 09-21-2008, 12:27 AM   #19
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You know... u got me thinkin about a 4 inch thick charcoal basket shaped so it can go transverse in my firebox filled with lava rocks... to buffer and balance that heat. I* know i was going to install a expanded steel mesh in front of the burner block the logs... but I LOVE this idea

and if it don;t work... hell so what... but i think it would be nifty. THANKS!


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In my Klose, I use this 130K btu ring burner and just place it in the bottom of the firebox, with the hose going thru the damper and then close down the dampers about halfway. It will maintain 250 on a medium setting in a 72" Klose BYC or set on low in MOAB, which is 30x30x60. I have only used it in hot pits though, to take over after using wood for the beginning of the cook and continue thru the night with gas.

(picture is when it was on the turkey fryer.. I removed it fromt its frame.)

I lay a pile of lava rock on top to disperse heat and to protect the top of the firebox from getting a hot spot. You can also put a few chunks on top in or in and iron skillet(or old dutch over)if u want to add some smoke.

didnt want to mount it permanent so it doesnt get beat up/clogged from being in there with the wood fires.
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