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Old 04-12-2010, 02:58 PM   #1
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Ok I been posting under "Wood Frame Brutus RIMS Project" Thread.. But Decided to Just start a New on for this.. I Have worked on this Stand tor two evenings and one day now and this is where i am.. Feel Free to shoot questions and or Likes Dislikes I am always open for other views on things!

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Old 04-12-2010, 02:59 PM   #2
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Day 2......





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Old 04-12-2010, 03:12 PM   #3
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Day 3....
Assembled Gas lines, Burners And test Fired.......Test Positive!
And a Pic to Get the Feel on how its going to Look...





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Looks like a fire hazard to me. I think those side boards might get a lil toasty!

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Have Heat Shields That have not been Installed Yet..

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How do you feel that the gas pipe hold up to the flame?

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since your burners are in the middle of the frame and not off-centered maybe something like these will be good - http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f51/heat-shields-necessary-162611/index2.html Check about 2/3s down the page.

Not sure if you made something similar or went with sheet metal cut and rounded. Post some pics of the shields when you can, I would like to see how you approached them.

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since your burners are in the middle of the frame and not off-centered maybe something like these will be good - http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f51/heat-shields-necessary-162611/index2.html Check about 2/3s down the page.

Not sure if you made something similar or went with sheet metal cut and rounded. Post some pics of the shields when you can, I would like to see how you approached them.

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How do you feel that the gas pipe hold up to the flame?
It should be just fine. I am painting it with high temp paint which will probly only last a bit before signs of ware from the heat show.
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It should be just fine. I am painting it with high temp paint which will probly only last a bit before signs of ware from the heat show.
I would be concerned that they may start to sag when they get hot and with full pots on them.


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