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Old 10-12-2009, 07:44 PM   #71
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And that's not the hot dog steamer I have... similar concept though. Mine is the old school side-by-side.


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Old 08-30-2012, 12:26 AM   #72
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Where did you get those safety pilot gas control valves that are feeding your burners?
Excellent set up BTW.


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Wow. This is an old thread.

I've already torn down that rig and rebuilt it with 45 gallon as pots for the hlt and bk and then a 35 for the mt.

I used the same valves though. They are Honeywell valves. My father teaches heating and a/c at a technical college so he gave me the model numbers and I bought em off eBay. I can get you the model numbers if you want (on way to work right now so could grab them tonight)
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Yeah that would be much appreciated. I just moved to a house with natural gas so im kinda re-plumbing my propane fired herms, and those valves are key to making the transition. i like your burners too. Did they survive the rebuild as well?
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Old 08-31-2012, 03:57 AM   #75
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This is an old thread! The bar in your basement is sweet. I really dig the entrance way and the name of the pub. I own a house and I have huge basement but it's an investment house so I'm not going to build anything. Hopefully, when I finally buy "the" house I'll have an area to build a pub like yours. It's truly awesome!
Oh, and your rig, back then, was pretty sweet too. Now with your new additions it sounds even cooler! Tip of the hat.


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