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Old 12-16-2010, 05:21 PM   #71
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Awesome! One thing that set me back was the fact that my burners didn't come with a "jet orifice". Set my build back by a week. Make sure you don't need one... it's hard to brew without fire!

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Got the slotted angle iron, weldless diptubes and silicone tubing from bargainfittings.com, 2 chugger pumps, and the burners and regulator from agrisupply delivered in the past 3 days. 7 sets of cam locks should be here tomorrow and 4 lbs of hops should be getting in next monday. Now if i could just cut out of work early to go start building this so I can do a New Years day brew.
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Old 12-16-2010, 05:27 PM   #72
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Got the slotted angle iron, weldless diptubes and silicone tubing from bargainfittings.com, 2 chugger pumps, and the burners and regulator from agrisupply delivered in the past 3 days. 7 sets of cam locks should be here tomorrow and 4 lbs of hops should be getting in next monday. Now if i could just cut out of work early to go start building this so I can do a New Years day brew.
I am also doing the exact same rig... out of curiosity, how much was the shipping on the steel from McMaster??? I am going to be placing this order in a few days... THANKS!
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Old 12-16-2010, 05:34 PM   #73
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The shipping for McMaster was pretty cheap for me. The warehouse is right in the middle of Atlanta and I live about 45-50 miles away. They sent it same day and it was 15.60 for shipping and totaled at 162.27 after taxes & shipping. By the way, this weighs nearly 50 lbs and comes in two packages - a 6' tube for the angle and a small box for the gussets and hardware.

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Old 12-16-2010, 05:38 PM   #74
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Awesome! One thing that set me back was the fact that my burners didn't come with a "jet orifice". Set my build back by a week. Make sure you don't need one... it's hard to brew without fire!
Which burner did you get? The one I ordered from Agrisupply is this one. it's at 70,000 btu lp ring burner.

http://www.agrisupply.com/burner-cas...82/cn/5400001/
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Old 12-16-2010, 05:45 PM   #75
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Does anyone know the dimensions of either the "wallace" or this rig? I get that it's 6' long, but how wide and tall is it?

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Old 12-16-2010, 06:04 PM   #76
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The frame is 54 inches long by 16-1/2 inches deep and 21 inches high. It stands 25-3/4 inches high after bolting on the casters.

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The shipping for McMaster was pretty cheap for me. The warehouse is right in the middle of Atlanta and I live about 45-50 miles away. They sent it same day and it was 15.60 for shipping and totaled at 162.27 after taxes & shipping. By the way, this weighs nearly 50 lbs and comes in two packages - a 6' tube for the angle and a small box for the gussets and hardware.
Wow, that's not bad. THANKS MAN!

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BendBrewer - Thanks man, I guess that sentence was hiding on me. I hate getting up at 4am for work.

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Old 12-16-2010, 07:37 PM   #79
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Got the slotted angle iron, weldless diptubes and silicone tubing from bargainfittings.com, 2 chugger pumps, and the burners and regulator from agrisupply delivered in the past 3 days. 7 sets of cam locks should be here tomorrow and 4 lbs of hops should be getting in next monday. Now if i could just cut out of work early to go start building this so I can do a New Years day brew.
I just checked bargainfittings for the slotted angle iron and did not find it on the website. Did you get your angle iron from them or am I reading your post wrong?
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No you didn't read it wrong, i just wrote it like an idiot. The slotted angle Iron came from McMasterCarr.com. These are the parts you will need:

2 each 8968K26 1-1/2" X 1-1/2", 6’ length

6 each 4664T65 2-1/4" X 1-1/2", 6’ length

16 each 4664T22 Steel Corner Plate, 6"x 6"

2 pack 4664T61 Bolts W/nuts & Washers

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