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Old 03-03-2008, 09:27 PM   #11
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Nice, I paid about $3 more from HD. The burner is very sturdy which I think sets it apart from others. The only thing I did was upgrade the regulator for double batches. It handles single batches just fine though...

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Old 03-03-2008, 09:48 PM   #12
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What regulator did you get? Where’d it come from?
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Old 03-03-2008, 10:09 PM   #13
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What regulator did you get? Where’d it come from?
I got the 15psi regulator and I ordered it directly from the manufacturer...
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Old 03-03-2008, 10:30 PM   #14
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I’m jealous of your stainless pot. Is it a Bayou also? I just did a 30 minute water boil to prep my aluminum. The burner worked great, but I was surprise at how dark the inside of the pot got. I wiped it dry with paper towels and they came out clean, so it should be alright, but it just looks funky.

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i just did that with my closeout special aluminum pot too - i think the dark layer is actually good and you should avoid scrubbing it off, from what i understand.
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Old 03-03-2008, 11:56 PM   #15
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I went to Home Depot and was made to wait around 10 minutes while they checked to make sure some 2x8x16 blocks were .79 and not 1.69. I only bought two of them. Apparently they didn't trust me enough to risk the 1.80 in potential lost revenue. Bastards.

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I got the 15psi regulator and I ordered it directly from the manufacturer...
Ahh … I found it on their website. They mention something about not having the orifice. Were you able to use the one from your old regulator? Perhaps by switching the hoses?

They also have a 20psi version that goes up to 185 BTU. Same price as the 15 here:

http://www.amazon.com/Bayou-Classic-.../dp/B0009JXYSM
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By the sound of your thread, I thought you might be advertising a new drug hookup or something...

Anyways...is that burner big enough to fit a keggle does anybody know?

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...is that burner big enough to fit a keggle does anybody know?
I don’t have a keggle, but it measures about 16 inches square and is built very sturdy.
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I got a turkey fryer from HD this past weekend. It's the cheap one. 7.5 gallon pot, and simple stand. You rock for getting that nice one at that price. Can't wait to use mine for real. I guess I'll have to since it is still winter here, and I haven't got my equipment all moded up yet.

I'm thinking about going gravity fed, and build a brew sculpture.

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By the sound of your thread, I thought you might be advertising a new drug hookup or something...

Anyways...is that burner big enough to fit a keggle does anybody know?
I tried the SQ14 last weekend on a test run with about 8 gallons of water . It seemed to hold the keggle well enough . Had a little side to side motion when bumped but not bad . I plan on welding something beefier to the legs . Just for my peice of mind.
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