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Old 01-09-2012, 06:47 PM   #51
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Here is the cut list so far. I'll add to it as I go but this is a good start
I'm putting this out there but please double check and "dry' fit before welding together.
If you find any mistakes please let me know ASAP:



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Old 01-09-2012, 10:49 PM   #52
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Thank you!

Looks great!


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Old 01-09-2012, 11:44 PM   #53
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Thanks to Sea1961, I'm going to add Stainless spacers at the top to help exhaust and protect the paint.
Can you show/explain this in more detail?
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Old 01-10-2012, 12:10 AM   #54
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Thanks.
For mounting the burners, I used the heat shields. I drilled holes for the supplied burner screws at the bottom of the shield and mounted the burner to the shield. I then drilled and tapped (4) 10-32 holes on the 45 gussets. The burner/heat shield assembly is then mounted to the stand with (4) 10-32 stainless steel cap screws and washers.

Hope this helped.
Ok, thanks for the pic, your captions made things incredibly easy.

Also, are you using converted kegs or kettles? A couple discreetly drilled holes in the lower keg skirt could give the gas some place to go if you are going the keggle route. Thanks for providing the dimensions and cut sheet also, very helpful to those of us in the planning phase
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Old 01-10-2012, 06:02 AM   #55
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Can you show/explain this in more detail?
Here is a rendering of what I'm talking about. The standoffs will help protect against scratching the paint when moving the kettles around.

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The stand-offs can be cantilevered further in and thus eliminating the large diagonal pieces.
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The stand-offs can be cantilevered further in and thus eliminating the large diagonal pieces.
Yeah, that would work except I already welded the diagonals in.
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The stand-offs can be cantilevered further in and thus eliminating the large diagonal pieces.
But without the diagonals, he could not mount the wind guard and thus, not able to mount the BG14
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Do you have a sketch up of the whole thing? That is sexy.
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Do you have a sketch up of the whole thing? That is sexy.
I actually use a 3D program called Solidworks. I haven't modeled the burners or castors but here is a rendering of the stand:



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