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bud1lite 09-06-2009 10:45 AM

ok,not all magnets will work on them.lol.For the intakes that is.the ones i tried just fell off and broke apart!?I had some wood in,trying to burn out the bottom part of the liner.Is there a certain type of magnet to use?or was it just too hot?wasint that big a fire at the time.

Skidder 09-06-2009 12:14 PM

Maiden voyage for UDS #2. One small pork butt,sweet sausage and some dry rubbed wings to be dressed with a citrus bbq sauce and tightened up on the kettle later.
http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q...cture138-1.jpg
http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q...ththegirls.jpg

Phubar 09-06-2009 12:37 PM

Nice job again Skidder!

TheRedHorseman 09-06-2009 12:42 PM

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First time out for mine.

After chasing my tail temperature wise on the seasoning run, I took out the intake riser pipe and slapped a ball valve out the side, and guess what? Steady as a rock at 245-250.

One bacon covered butt, and a sadly small number of ABTs(the only decent looking japs at the store at the time)

Phubar 09-06-2009 12:45 PM

Congratsz Red!
Nice pron!

Phubar 09-06-2009 12:52 PM

Mini UDS Burnout
 
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I was trying to grind the liner out,it worked but it seams like it was getting tougher.:sad:
So I looked in my shed if I had wood to burn!:twisted:
Drilled 3 air intake holes and got that thing started.

Bbq Bubba 09-06-2009 01:13 PM

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Originally Posted by TheRedHorseman (Post 1018939)
First time out for mine.

After chasing my tail temperature wise on the seasoning run, I took out the intake riser pipe and slapped a ball valve out the side, and guess what? Steady as a rock at 245-250.

One bacon covered butt, and a sadly small number of ABTs(the only decent looking japs at the store at the time)

Good move!

A shorter, fatter exhaust would make it run smoother also. :biggrin:

xperzk 09-06-2009 07:07 PM

http://www.imagechicken.com/uploads/...8097354500.jpghttp://www.imagechicken.com/uploads/...5035033100.jpghttp://www.imagechicken.com/uploads/...5070122600.jpgHere are the pics before the burn tomorrow morn. Do you think this is enough wood?

xperzk 09-06-2009 07:10 PM

I forgot to show you my nipples!http://www.imagechicken.com/uploads/...0084329000.jpg

Hugh Jorgan 09-06-2009 07:14 PM

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Originally Posted by xperzk (Post 1019252)
http://www.imagechicken.com/uploads/...5035033100.jpghttp://www.imagechicken.com/uploads/...5070122600.jpgHere are the pics before the burn tomorrow morn. Do you think this is enough wood?

Might not be enough for that red liner, those are usually the toughest. Tan is pretty easy. Good luck.

bud1lite 09-06-2009 07:47 PM

yea,i had a whole bunch of scrap 2X4s laying around,so i stoked it up and had fire shooting 4 feet above the barrel,lol.its liner and paint free now!just got to clean it up

phDog 09-06-2009 07:52 PM

yeah i had one with a red liner. had to burn it out twice which kinda blew. its not very convenient to have a raging inferno in a barrel, in your small yard a mile outside of manhattan! i have a fire dept right across the street from me too. they poked thier heads out a few times but didnt fire up the engine.

xperzk 09-06-2009 07:55 PM

Hugh Jordon, Yeah, after reading all of these posts, I have visions of burning it out for forty days and forty nights, and after the barrel melts, the liner is still standing.

xperzk 09-06-2009 08:03 PM

The burning part is easy, it's the cleaning part I am not looking forward to. After the second burn did the liner come out pretty easy?

phDog 09-06-2009 08:13 PM

mine came off no problem. wiped it out relatively quickly too.


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